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Recently, a family member of mine has been grappling with dementia. If you've ever been in that position, you know what it is like to see someone you really love erode and deteriorate, how difficult it can be to bear.
The video doesn't court as much controversy as, say, that notorious sexual assault scene from an early demo did. But fans don't need to worry about Hotline Miami losing its edge this time around. New trailer within.
The portable console uses a 3.5" screen, internal memory and Rumble Pak, an Expansion Pak, a GameCube analogue stick and four-hour battery life. Just want to see the final product in action? Check out the video within this article.
Facing mounting financial pressure, the Danish museum Spilmuseet ("The Games Museum") is about to jettison a massive collection of classic video games and related hardware. And with nobody opening their doors yet, all these refugees of console wars past are still in need of a new home.
The newest teaser for Wolfenstein: The New Order shows even more of just how terrible life would be if the Nazis won World War II. We get glimpses of the torture and detention camps that the Reich employs and a good look at the resistance fighters led by B.J. Blazkowicz. Some of the game's weapons get glory shots, too.
Ubisoft's big open-world racing game - announced at E3 last year - will be out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this fall, the company said today. Set in the relatively mean streets of North America, The Crew requires an internet connection to play. New gameplay footage within.
Thanks to a special Smash-Bros-focused Nintendo Direct today, there is a ton of new information on both the 3DS and Wii U versions of Smash Bros. Let's take a moment to recap both the major news, and some of the smaller things you might've missed.
"The pattern is always the same," video game designer Pawel Miechowski told me recently. "People struggle for food, soap and medicine. They trade liquor or any alcohol for bullets or any weapons. That's what happened in Sarajevo." That's what happens in cities wracked by war. That's what will happen in Pawel Miechowski's most unusual war video game.