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|Archived Since:||December 19, 2008|
Bleszinski says developing for keyboard/mouse and console leads to “balance issues.”
Play Shredder or the Turtles in this beat-‘em-up.
Important bits in place for a proper sequel, but Covenant suffers as a straight-up film.
Algorithms will detect content-free titles that use bots to resell cards.
Suit says Oculus' Mobile SDK used stolen trade secrets, copyrighted code.
More than a visual update, The Zodiac Age makes meaningful changes to a classic RPG.
Projections come after better-than-expected launch month for new system.
Season two of show—and our podcast—reaches the final episode.
NPD “restatement” shows consistent spending growth as digital sales dominate.
NES Classic is no more, but luckily cheap hobbyist boards are great for little projects.
Review: Think Pandemic—but you want the diseases to win.
Revamped protection falls for 2Dark, reopening a closed DRM door.
Palace intrigue, pathos, and a touch of Moby Dick this week.
The game is actually selling better than the system it runs on, somehow.
Ignoring continued demand, Nintendo will stop producing the system this month.
Creators Update addition can make games more playable on multitasking laptops.
Darth Maul vs. Yoda. X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter. A running tauntaun vs. a stormtrooper's face.
What would you pay for an identical 2011 game with a badly shoehorned Duke Nukem cameo?
YouTube's biggest star looks elsewhere for live streaming.
BioWare patches in new, uncracked Denuvo version alongside improvements.