Far Cry 3 is a virtual playground for hunting, climbing, shooting, stabbing and looting. In contrast to its predecessor, the nuisances of realism do not apply in Far Cry 3. All that matters is whether you have fun.
My most memorable experience in Assassin’s Creed III so far: when I finally, finally beat the computer at Nine Men’s Morris (not joking).
At last, Valve has admitted it: The giant of PC gaming plans to release a living room video game console based on its Steam distribution platform.
Speaking as an enthusiastic fan of both Demon’s Souls and Dark Souls, here’s a list of things I hope Dark Souls II doesn’t do.
I’ve been spending some quality gaming time with four phone and tablet game controllers. Here’s what I thought of each one.
In 55 wide-ranging lists, TIME surveys the highs and lows, the good and the bad of the past 12 months
Here’s what I’d like to see a new Xbox-whatever-it’s-called embrace.
Today is the official fortieth anniversary of Atari’s Pong, the video game which introduced the world to video games. (There were earlier ones, but Pong, which was created by Al Alcorn and Nolan Bushnell, was the first big hit.)
Instead of going dark, Halo creator Bungie has chosen to embrace leaked concept art and story details from its first major game, post-Microsoft.
It started when a Twitter user asked, “Why aren’t there more female game creators?” In response, dozens of women have shared their own stories of sexism and marginalization in the game industry.
Curiosity killed the cat, or at the very least distracted it, and like that proverbial animal, I’ve been pawing at something frivolous, something you might say was as pointless as playing the lottery: poking a giant cube.
A Best Buy Canada front page ad let the cat out of the bag before Nintendo had a chance to: Following its (by all accounts) successful launch of the Wii U, Nintendo says it’ll launch a pint-sized version of the plain-vanilla Wii.