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Rubbish. Not like the old one.
Thousands of people are buying a headset and trying to make money and have fun with YouTube, but the reality is harsher than you’d think.
Sean Baptiste may have been diagnosed with a brain tumour, but he wasn't going to stop him from getting into the video game industry.
Crowdfunded games don't have massive amounts of money to pay a lot of people to develop them, but how do you manage without asking for free labour?
Let's discuss the ongoing GamerGate saga that is unfolding as we speak.
Even the franchise's creator is lamenting that development is taking too long.
Some might disagree, but Halo isn't like other shooters. It's special, and here's why.
You usually can’t skip credits sequences. In the case of these games, that is a good thing.
Well, this is unexpected. Even Captain Planet is baffled.
It's not exactly the same as The Sims 3, so even seasoned players of the franchise may want to make a note of some of these.
The plateau. Those are the two worst words for a fighting game player to hear.
I used to be really into the perfect "five-hour" game.
When you create one of the most treasured franchises in video game history, what do you do next?
Final Fantasy 14 went from abject failure to successful MMO. Here is how that happened.
Talking to developers, writers and actor Jennifer Hale about the art of characterisation in games.
You'd expect blood and gore, but it's surprisingly goofy in tone.