The BRIC group of nations - that's Brazil, Russia, India and China - have never looked cuter than in this pixel art. | by Dave Wilson
How very unlike Valve. In a post on the game's official blog, DotA 2 developers say that while they had planned to keep testing the game for another year or so in a very private beta, they now want to "get it out there as fast as we can".
"Our original plan was to spend the next year or so in beta,... More »
You may not be familiar with the name "John Patrick Lowrie." You probably are familiar with the name "Sniper," whom Lowrie voices in Team Fortress 2. He's just published the novel Dancing With Eternity and, well, his friends are giving it some kind reviews on Amazon.
Heavy gave it five of five... More »
Our younger readers won't have lived through it, but the 1980s were in in many ways a bleak time, the spectre of nuclear holocaust hanging over the world for much of the decade.
For such a dominant political topic, however, few games chose to address the subject head-on. More »
Deus Ex: Human Revolution's "gold" filter may be a visual trademark, but it also affects the way you see the game world. A new mod for the PC version removes this (and makes a few other changes), and boy, do things look different.
The ENBSeries mod for the game, made by the same community More »
There once was a time Obsidian was making an RPG based on the Aliens universe. That game has since been cancelled, but today we're looking at some art done for the project by Charles Lee.
We'll also be looking at some of his other stuff, as he's also recently been involved in the production of... More »
The latest Metroid game, Other M, took some...liberties with the universe's story, and what it did to hero Samus in particular didn't go down too well. More »
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