If you're hanging out for Driveclub, it might be a while. Sony's Sony's Scott Rohde tells IGN the game has gone "back to the drawing board" so they can "make sure the game is great before we ship it." Read more...
"We don't want to release a game before it's ready," explains exec. DriveClub developer had to "go back to the drawing board" with its delayed PS4 racer when it failed to make the cut as a launch game.Click here to read the full art...
Sony’s upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive racing game Driveclub will see yet another delay in its Sony’s ‘Driveclub’ Heading ‘Back to the Drawing Board’ - -
Recently board game manufacturer and publisher Cryptozoic Entertainment announced that it was working on a Portal board game and that Valve was involved, but it's now been revealed that Valve created the board game and pitched it to Cryptozoic, not the other way around as one might think. Show More Summary
The chair creaks as you settle onto it. The candlelight flickers. All around you the ravenous faces of your so-called friends twist in delight as you slowly open the box laid out on the table. Welcome to Dangerous Games! Each week, we'll feature a horror/thriller/monster tabletop game you should be playing. Show More Summary
Aware of female representation in video games, game developer QCF went back to the drawing board when it came to developing its characters for Desktop Dungeons. According to The Mary Sue: It wasn’t good enough for us [at QCF] to simply react with deliberate ugliness or typically masculine factors – the idea was for Desktop […]
The activist investor Carl C. Icahn posted a photograph to Twitter showing an artist's rendering of "Icahnopoly: The Activist Edition," an imagined board game reworking Monopoly. In this version, Park Place becomes Herbalife, and there is no jail.
Why board games aren't "bored" games anymore.
Valve designed product scheduled for release in the fourth quarter of 2014. A board game based on Portal is due to be released later this year. Click here to read the full article
“The Walking Dead” has become a multi-media phenomenom. In addition to the best selling comic book series and #1 rated television show, “The walking Dead” has also spawned a best selling video game, three prose novels, and a role playing board game. MegaGigaOmniCorp and Top8Magic... Read More
A Polygon report on the Portal board game by Valve and Cryptozoic claims that the Valve-licensed adaptation should hit shelves sometime late this year. The game is still in development and thus lacks a final title, but for now it's being called...
When we speak of “games”, we imagine physical, sporting activities, or video and board games. Rest assured, I’m not talking about developing the next blockbuster FPS, 3rd-person slasher, MMORPG, or 2D-platformer. It’s about going beyond...Show More Summary
Shatter every obstacle in your path in Smash Hit, score some great board games cheap and dance Sega's way for free.
The ending to Inception is one of the most-debated movie endings of all time. Was Cobb still in a dream or was he back in reality? Will the top ever stop
Portal: Uncooperative Cake Acquisition Game is an upcoming board game from Cryptozoic Entertainment based on the critically acclaimed video game franchise Portal from developer Valve Software. The title may change as development continues. Show More Summary
You want to prove that you're the best at managing an industrial farm at the back-end of agricultural supply chains, but you can't get enough of your team-mates together for a raising game of Agricola. Don't worry! Thanks to Z-Man Games,...Show More Summary
Valve is teaming up with a tabletop publisher to bring Aperture Laboratories to your table.
Have you played 'Threes!'? It's a really fun and educational puzzle game that forces players to manipulate a series of numbered tiles around a game board. The game was launched on February 7 and is currently sitting comfortably at No. Show More Summary
Actress Mary-Louise Parker is getting into the food television game. Well, maybe. Deadline reports that the Weeds star is on board to star in an NBC pilot Feed Me, a single camera comedy that got its pilot order in February....
Last week, Valve and border game manufacturer Cryptozoic announced they would be working together on a board game based on the Portal series, but details were scant on just how the board game would work. Today we've gotten a clearer picture of the upcoming adaptation, as well as a surprising bit of info on who came up with the idea.