Nicely done, Bethesda. You got us to pay attention to something we otherwise might have tossed in the “yay, press release” bin.
Strap in, Nintendo- and Zelda-philes, because you definitely weren’t expecting this: a sequel to — that’s right, not a remake of — Super Nintendo phenom The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
Bethesda teases a new project involving Bach, barbed wire and The Moonbeam Trio.
Is EA’s abrupt shutdown of multiple Facebook games, including The Sims Social and SimCity Social, just the way it has to be for online-only gaming?
As someone who has poured at least 200 combined hours into Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls, the preview footage has left me excited, relieved and also a little bit uneasy. Here are my gut reactions.
BioShock Infinite is the kind of game you want to think about and talk about long after the credits roll, which is why the pile of thoughtful critiques keeps growing. You should play it, and join the conversation.
So this is turning out to be an intriguing Tuesday after all: a completely new Batman Arkham game in the offing!
What if Microsoft released not one but two new Xbox consoles: one designed to cater to boutique next-gen spenders, another more palatable, price-wise, if not as forward-looking?
Microsoft Studios’ creative director Adam Orth sort of walked into it yesterday on Twitter.
My chief complaint with Defiance at this point is probably Shadow War, the game’s intriguing take on PvP, which can be a little like praying for rain in the Sahara.
The first reviews of Ouya’s $100 game console are in, and they’re pretty ugly. But this is not an issue specific to Ouya.
For some reason it’s not just news but front page headline news that Disney just shuttered LucasArts, a video game developer and publisher that used to make terrific video games.