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An ambitious fan project has finally come to fruition -- watch it right here.
An upcoming Devolver Digital-published RPG explores the trials of modern life.
Nintendo's price cuts and new hardware announcements offer some surprises, but certainly nothing out of character.
Bioware realizes transferring save games is hard. Dragon Age Keep is their answer.
With the upcoming release of The Walking Dead on Ouya, Android fans have a shining light.
A huge batch of new independently developed titles have made it through Steam's Greenlight process.
There's a new Angry Birds game coming... and it's a kart racer. Yes, really.
Size Five Games has come up with a unique solution to counter Gun Monkeys' flagging multiplayer population.
Bethesda trying to free Elder Scrolls Online from the Xbox Live and PlayStation Plus paywalls.
Mike is fine with free-to-play and online, but it doesn't need to be everywhere.
Final Fantasy XIV is a good game, when you can actually play it. Launch day issues abound.
Level-5's Wonderflick is coming to PlayStation 3, Wii U, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Vita, iOS, and Android.
Blizzard lead designer Tom Chilton admits that free-to-play is a great unknown and Mike rants about the perceived goodness of sub fees.
Sleeping Dogs finds a strong community and profitability a year later.
Just announced over on the Euro PlayStation Blog is Assault Android Cactus. Here's the trailer!
Jetlag, boredom or something else? Time for a spot of International Culture 101.
Sony is leaving the pricing of the PlayStation 3 to PlayStation 4 upgrade program up to publishers. Bad idea?
The Wheel of Time author is about to release his second Infinity Blade novella. You should read the first.
Are there enough people willing to pay $15 a month for Elder Scrolls Online, or is a free-to-play shift a foregone conclusion?
The upcoming new installment in the long-running Broken Sword series is coming to a Sony handheld for the first time.
FuturLab's impressive Vita puzzle shooter Velocity is getting a sequel with some interesting new gameplay additions.
Diablo 3 was met with a somewhat mixed reception on its original release. Could a new expansion be what the game needs?
We already knew that the new Killer Instinct was free-to-play, but now you know how much it'll set you back. (Not much.)
We put the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One launch line-up's up against one another. How do they stack up?
Sony delivered a strong press conference this Gamescom -- complete with a release date for the PS4.
EA showed off a bunch of new stuff at Gamescom today. Is there anything worth shouting about?
Gamescom has kicked off in earnest over in Germany, beginning with a few announcements from Microsoft.
What? Did the headline make you leave already? It could be good!
A JRPG based on fairy tales built in Ubi Art Framework by the Far Cry 3 director? Sign me up!
Microsoft's list of games coming to Xbox One sets the tone for a generation.
Christine Love's long-awaited follow-up to Analogue: A Hate Story is finally here.
Independent British developer Kitatus Studios aiming to "put the video back into video-gaming" with its upcoming Shadow Peak.
Indie developers love GOG.com, and getting their games noticed just got a whole lot easier.
What's more humanizing than watching famous people make a fool of themselves?
Capcom promises that the "bloated" Resident Evil 6 is not the direction for the series going forward.
It's your last chance to get a head start on Final Fantasy XIV before live service starts later this month.
Lies and deceit, or normal business operations? Looking at the situation surrounding Prey 2.
Grand Theft Auto Online has been revealed. Is the new multiplayer mode a worthwhile move by Rockstar?
The devs behind one of the creepiest horror games of the late '90s are back with a new project.
Betrayer, the new game from a bunch of ex-Monolith devs, looks super-spooky. You can try it out right now.
Looking for something new to listen to? How about this strange combination of influences?
Jason Holtman will help Microsoft improve its horrible PC gaming efforts. Does anyone care?
Buy a Season Pass on one system, and you'll get that same Season Pass on the next generation.
Do you like indie game soundtracks? Better get out that credit card, 'cause you're going to like this.
Not content with conquering space and subterranean dungeons, the team at Kerberos is now tackling turn-based planetside combat.
If Capcom wants games that "stand out," then why have they let so many brands fall by the wayside?
What is Crystal Dynamics working on behind the scenes? Who's ready for a new Gex?
Reckon you're the next eSports star? Prove yourself at Play N Trade's Black Ops II tournament this weekend.
An ambitious new project seeks to immerse players in the world of Brian Jacques' best-selling fantasy universe.
It's called Volume, and it's a stealth game where you can create your own levels.
Get real Amex cards with your favorite League of Legends characters on them. Well, someone's favorites.
Mega Man's irascible father to hit Seattle for speaking; signing; sighing tiredly when asked about leaving Capcom.
Microsoft makes another reversal as it moves towards the Xbox One's future launch.
The 22Cans boss says that Microsoft's plans were "long-reaching and long-thinking" on Xbox One always-online.
Nintendo's president says that the premium version is outselling the basic model, so price is obviously not the problem.
The upcoming new wrestling game from 2K will feature an impressive single-player mode for long-serving fans.
Sadly, Baron Von Brunk did not include instructions on how to make these.
You can now try out the upcoming dungeon-crawler from the Aselia the Eternal team for yourself.
Got a Vita? Love Japanese games? You should check out the PlayStation Store over the next two weeks.
The twelfth Title Update for the Xbox 360 version of Minecraft has some significant additions.
The Indiegogo-funded fighting game from ex-SNK veterans has met not only its initial target, but an important stretch goal, too.
You may want to think carefully before splurging on this one-of-a-kind Saints Row IV package.
In a four-hour "Letter from the Producer Live" session today, Square Enix revealed a whole host of new info about the upcoming MMO.
There's a new Civilization game on the way that abandons almost everything you thought you knew about the series.
An intriguing Japanese 3DS eShop title reveals Nintendo experimenting with the free-to-play model.
Playing around with the next PlayStation helped Quantic Dream make it latest PS3 game look great.
No Xbox Live Gold, no sharing your gaming exploits with the world.
Interested in Japanese indie games but don't know where to start exploring? A new bundle will help kick off your collection.
Today's Nintendo Direct brought one or two pleasant surprises with it. Here's all the news from the event.
The co-founder of id Software is now the chief technology officer of Oculus VR.
Given the popularity of game streaming these days, it was only a matter of time before someone made a game out of watching games.
You might not be able to play Bayonetta 2 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but Nintendo's help could lead to a better game.
Bored? Why not indulge in some classics from an age when you had to buy a whole new handheld to play a different game?
Apparently twiddling its thumbs ahead of the release of Saints Row IV, a team at Deep Silver has recreated the game's iconic weapon.
Gust has announced a new PS3 and Vita version of its RPG/management sim Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland.
It won't give you the power to light people on fire, but it'll look cool on your shelf.
Namco Bandai's half of the Street Fighter/Tekken crossover is coming. We promise.
The cash-cow isn't going away anytime soon, but Ubisoft has prepared for the end.
The follow-up to SideQuest Studios' gorgeous tactical RPG will be upon PS3 and Vita owners in 2014.
The new game from Second Life creators Linden Lab looks to be a natural evolution from Minecraft's block-based building.
Sony Online shows off two different products with the Everquest Next name.
Sega Sammy is one of 20 companies that are interested in purchasing Index Corporation.
CD Projekt RED expands with a new studio aimed at helping them complete the Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077.
You can play the new game from Arma developer Bohemia Interactive right now on Steam. Sailor Mars not included.
A new pay-what-you-want bundle offers all the Lovecraft you could possibly want, across four different forms of media.
Coffee Stain Studios has added a new fully customizable game mode to its fun tower defense shooter.
President Satoru Iwata believes a creative vision shouldn't be shoved down players' throats.
Blizzard Entertainment isn't sure what it's doing with Titan, but a subscription MMO isn't in the cards anymore.
Square Enix US/Europe CEO Phil Rogers promises "the best quality games possible, faster."
Remember Paperboy? Reckon you'd be able to play it in VR? Check out this video to see what that might look like.
Details have emerged on the way Xbox One's implementation of Live will handle player reputations.
Think Stalker: Call of Pripyat was hard? Misery Mod says you've seen nothing yet.
The newest XCOM has permadeath for your squad, so you shouldn't let them die.
Upcoming indie puzzler MouseCraft not only looks like a neat game, it's being sold in an interesting way, too.
John Riccitiello gets a few things off his chest about the gaming industry.
Yoshinori Ono talks about big budgets and free-to-play fighting games.
Following several recent breast-related controversies, indie devs are pulling together for a "Boob Jam."
Ubisoft put out a video showcasing Aisha Tyler's appearance in the upcoming Watch Dogs, to a questionable degree of success.
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