Happy Labor Day, American People!

Hard Hat | PITTSBURGH, PA - An Iron Workers of America's float at a Labor Day Parade. (Photo: John Heller | AP)


Happy Labor Day, American People!

This Metal Gear Lady Drinks too Much Coke

In May 2008, Hideo Kojima held a press conference for Metal Gear Solid 4 that was noteworthy for three things: The first MGS4 gameplay was shown, Hideo Kojima arrived with a silly haircut, and young model Akina Minami graced the stage. More »


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Some Hate It, Some Love It. Here's a Look at Dragon Quest X.

Years in development, and here it finally is, Dragon Quest X. It's an online game. It's for the Wii and Wii U. This is what it looks like.
Dragon Quest VIII was dazzling. More »


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Dragon Quest X Reborn as an Online Role-Playing Game for Wii and Wii U

After being MIA for years, Dragon Quest X has resurfaced as an online RPG-for the Wii and the Wii U.
The game is now officially titled Dragon Quest X: More »


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Snatcher, Hideo Kojima's Adventure Masterpiece

Most people know, and love, Japanese developer Hideo Kojima for the Metal Gear series, a franchise he created all the way back in 1987.
For me, though, that's a convoluted mess of a property that's become more unwieldy and pointlessly self-referential with each passing entry. More »


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Deus Ex Was, at One Stage, Meant To Be Even Bigger

Deus Ex: Human Revolution is, by today's standards at least, a pretty big game. It took me around 35 hours to finish it. But did you know at the planning stage it was meant to be even bigger?
Much of your time spent with the game is running around its two "hub" worlds, the streets of Detroit and... More »


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