Planet Minecraft's "Head into the Clouds" contest, where players were tasked with taking an awesome and beautiful floating island and making it even more awesome and beautiful, has now concluded. Let's take a look at the winners!
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In an extensive interview with Eurogamer, Crytek co-founder and CEO Cevat Yerli has addressed Crytek's problematic year.
Which battleproven game design approaches work with an Oculus Rift, and which should developers stay well clear of?
THE TREES ARE WRONG CANCEL MY PRE-ORDER. Actually it's pretty close all round, as this video shows.
Now, there's nothing wrong with your 3DS XL getting a joystick. More portable consoles should have them.
Sometimes you can see the strangest things from a car window. Things like this.
Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines is a sequel to 1999's Ore no Shikabane wo Koete Yuke — or, loosely translated, “Walk Over My Corpse”. Walk Over My Corpse is one of those classic PS1 JRPGs that, while quite popular in Japan, never had a Western release. This is a shame because of one of its biggest selling points: its sumi-e-inspired art style.
They've been dead for a while now, but this teaser website put up by Activision suggests a return (at GamesCom) is imminent.
In a new interview, Ronda Rousey discusses just how high level her Pokémon nerdery actually is. Spoiler: it's pretty high.
We first took a look at it early last year, but indie puzzler Back to Bed is now out. And it's great!
The result of a joint project between MIT and Harvard, the "origami robot" may look humble, almost toy-like, but is actually built from some pretty sci-fi tech.
"This doesn't seem right," I thought to myself as I clawed furiously at my otherwise untouched skin.
The beta version of Valve's desktop client for Steam just got a surprisingly useful and welcome update.