"The storytelling of Halo, the scope of World of Warcraft and the co-operative fun of Borderlands — may eventually get patched in."
$750, or £470 to you and me, is an awful lot to spend on a statue when we don't know how the game is going to turn out.
Everyone at Kotaku can't seem to stop going on about Shadow of Mordor, so what better game to stream this week?
Seriously, this is so spot-on.
Bedlam (not to be confused with that other Bedlam) is a loving tribute to pretty much every first-person shooter since the dawn of time. Or at least, you know, the dawn of video games.
Remember PaulyU, the guy that wondered "y cant metroid crawl.?" Well, it looks like he got a shout-out in the latest Smash Bros.
It's crazy to think that one film director—Ridley Scott—is responsible for two of the most influential sci-fi films of all time.
Some might consider "50+ hours of gameplay" good news. I don't—at least not at face value.
Whether you're in it for the random chaos, or in it for the elegance of the surprisingly deep fighting game hidden within, you can always be better at Smash Bros.
Tiny Death Star's creator is not having a good day.
The man who wrote and directed Call of Duty: Black Ops argues that the U.S. government should put soldiers in schools to protect them. Read more...
Four years ago, a turn-based RPG called Pier Solar made headlines thanks to an unusual gimmick: it was developed and released exclusively for the Sega Genesis, a system that had been obsolete for two decades.
The sometimes-justified rap on mobile games is that they're too casual, too easy. Too oriented to delivering distraction, instead of challenging design. Inferno 2 is not one of those games.
If you want to play a prank on your friend using an exploit, you'd better actually know how to use that exploit.
After many years of watching CSI, there is no way a virtual Sherlock Holmes can outsmart Leo right?