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Why this UCLA professor thinks she inspired the video game 'Halo'

A brief friendship that began with an online chat and an awkward date may have inspired one of the world's best-selling video games.

Watch: Everything we know about XCOM 2: War of the Chosen

Say what you will about Firaxis, the developer of XCOM and Civilization, it doesn't pull any punches when it comes to expansions. This studio has a fantastic history of using them to tackle big, fundamental issues with their games while adding boatloads of new stuff in the process. Show More Summary

Here’s How to Pre-Order the SNES Classic Edition

Nintendo has officially announced that it’s releasing a SNES Classic Edition this September. In a statement to The Verge, the video games giant said it made “significantly more” of these consoles than the sell-out NES released last year. Though as it’s currently a limited-edition release, chances are the resell prices will be equally extortionate. Luckily, […]

South Dakota State Park Visitors Advised to Leave Fireworks at Home

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is asking state park visitors to leave fireworks at home for this year's Fourth of July celebrations. This post South Dakota State Park Visitors Advised to Leave Fireworks at Home appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

This interference call erased the tying run for LSU in the College World Series final

You can’t cleat a guy’s shins. We’re deep into Game 2 of the College World Series championship series, and Florida and LSU have already delivered on what was a much ballyhooed best-of-three tilt. That has continued into Game 2, where...Show More Summary

Adam Gase already considered players’ coach

Adam Gase has won only 10 games, but the Dolphins coach already has won over his players. “Our relationship is unique, because of him, and he allows that with this team and with the guys on this team,” Kenny Stills said, via James Walker of ESPN. “I feel like that’s a part of this building…

Kirby's Blowout Blast will land on 3DS next week

[Header courtesy of Deviantart user Krukmeister] If you remember from earlier in the year, HAL Laboratory announced that Kirby would be getting three 3DS games this year. While one was merely an upgraded, standalone release of a mini-game included in Triple Deluxe, the second was a title called Blowout Blast. Show More Summary

A Gamepad with a Twist

8 hours agoArts : Yanko Design

A Gamepad with a Twist The Nintendo Cross transforms your iOS gaming experience with a full set of console-style controls. This mobile gaming powerhouse feature directional controls, 4 action buttons and...

PlayStation Vue loses access to select Premier League games via NBC Sports App authentication

8 hours agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

Just weeks after PlayStation Vue subscribers lost access to the beIN SPORTS networks, Vue customers have been dealt another blow this week due to a new product from NBC Sports. With the pending launch of NBC’s paid subscription service...Show More Summary

Which Has The Better Games: Mini NES Or Mini SNES?

This week's Big Question was a no-brainer. Nintendo has released two mini versions of their classic consoles. But which one has the better games? More »      

The Best Video Games of 2017 (So Far)

This week, Vulture is looking back at the best releases so far in 2017. ... More »

MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar finally has a reason to exist thanks to this Super Mario game

Some people absolutely love Apple's new Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro. Unfortunately, most of those people either work at Apple or they love Apple so much that they instantly fall in love with anything the company does. For the rest of...Show More Summary

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice has really cool mo-cap tech but this interview is well into the creepy-ass uncanny valley

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is clearly a horror game. Make it stop. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice was built by 20 people, yet looks amazing. How? Part of the answer is some incredible live performance capture technology allowing Ninja Theory’s wizards to do some very fancy things. That same technology also allows the team to pull promotional stunts […]

No DLC or Expansion for Mass Effect Andromeda

The original Mass Effect game was one that many loved and still remember to this day as one of the best games every made. So, when another installment in the series was announced, people were excited to say the least. But when Mass Effect: Andromeda initially came out, the game was met with a lot of backlash from players all across the world. Show More Summary

Dual-Character Puzzle Platformer 'Kalimba' Hits this Thursday with Same-Device Co-Op on iPad

Flashbulb Games is a company formed by the founding members of the gaming studio Press Play, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2012 and shuttered in May of last year. They've made it their mission to ensure that some of the best games put out by Press Play can live on under their new studio's

Did Nintendo already mess up the Super NES Classic? GamesBeat Decides

Summer is upon us, and that means we have some time to catch up on games, look to the future, and — oh, my god! Nintendo just announced the Super NES Classic Edition! I’m freakin’ out! On this week’s episode of the GamesBeat Decides, that sweet boy Bob Gardner joins the podcast along with hosts […]

Point and Click Adventure 'Secret Files 2: Puritas Cordis' Heading to the App Store Later this Year

Secret Files: Tunguska [$3.99] is a point and click adventure that launched on desktop way back in 2006, and despite not being one of the more fondly remembered adventure games of the time, we enjoyed it well enough when it made its way to mobile back in the summer of 2014. While the game was

21 Facts You Might Not Know About All the Games on the SNES Classic

This September, the Super NES Classic will assume the pint-sized throne abdicated by the discontinued NES Classic. Not only does it fit in the palm of your hand, it contains the never-before-released Star Fox 2, plus 20 first-rate titles from the system’s heyday. Show More Summary

Jim Kelly: Sean McDermott gives Bills discipline they haven’t had in a while

Among the things that Sean McDermott did after being named the head coach of the Bills was remove a pool table and video games from the team’s locker room. McDermott explained the move by saying “this is a business” and that having those diversions on hand weren’t going to help him build “a focused, disciplined…

Game Devs of Color Expo highlights the diversity already in gaming

FEATURE: The Game Devs of Color Expo (GDOC) gathered in Harlem for the second year in a row this weekend to celebrate and showcase diversity in games. The one-day event coincided with LGBT Pride weekend in New York City, which seems fitting because GDOC’s mission statement is to create an inclusive safe space where people of color […]

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