Flying | LOS ANGELES - At the 2000 E3, Sega held a rock climbing contest. (Photo: Access Communications, Vince Bucci | AP)
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It's a lot of hard work! More »
Gaming's reached a turning point. Western games have more realistic graphics and physics than Japanese games. This isn't good or bad. It's true.
There was a moment during the Tokyo Game Show, when I stood in line waiting to play the PS Vita. More »
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is a game that's art direction was so memorable, and so well-loved, that I figured it was worth a second round of concept art. More »
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