Four scrapped intro paragraphs later and I’m still struggling to sum up Cloud Chamber. It’s an MMO mystery you solve with video clips, text files and getting your comments upvoted. It’s Reddit: The Game, only with murder. And possibly aliens.
Kojima and Konami are running a stream literally this second. Watch!
"You’re all caught in this endless pattern of starting out at the bottom, trying to do your best to appeal to core gamers, then as you get more and more successful you begin to feel you need the core less and less. And then you peak, and you start to reject them and you try and pursue other demographics, but that never works and so you carry on back down the curve until you have to climb back up by courting the core once again." The Metro takes on Microsoft's Phil Spencer. Read more...
Twitter user Rurue0111 recreated the Final Fantasy III job classes in miniature on a screen door. 8-bit has never been so good at not letting mosquitos in the house!
Microsoft studios boss Phil Harrison insists that the storied British developer still has its owner's full support, and is working on new games.
Things look much better when we let a natural handle things.
Dioramas are awesome. These ones are by Pavel Elagin, an Australian artist who has not only worked on games like XCOM and BioShock, but also The LEGO Movie.
This Destiny video is unlike any other you've probably seen about the game, because it's all about...the user interface.
In 2014, it's still one of the best strategy games you can get on the PC.
This large cardboard box measures around 121cm x 121cm x 121cm. It is full of Nintendo DS and 3DS games. Around 545 kilos of them.
Check out this comprehensive video on the many funny and useful glitches you can find in The Last of Us
No Man's Sky looks too good to be true, so how is it possible to make the game the way it is?
A patch is coming, but the notes make no mention of the graphics mod.