Peace | TOKYO, JAPAN: Hideo Kojima autographed things today. (Photo: Game Watch Impress)
Totilo's story yesterday on what might be a Command & Conquer action game got me thinking about Tiberium, the promising yet ultimately ill-fated shooter EA once had planned for the strategy universe.
While the game was cancelled because it was shaping up to be a bit rubbish, that certainly had... More »
When you think of video games, you think of adrenaline-pumping first-person-shooters. You think of blazing-fast racing games. You think of hard-fisted fighting games. More »
The kids at Outerra aren't out to do much. Only create a game engine that can create entire planets for you to mess around in.
An indie project, the goal is to build a "3D planetary engine for seamless planet rendering from space down to the surface". More »
Harajuku is famous for its fashion. Stylish young Japanese women flock to its boutiques, snapping up the latest trendy threads. But now, a new crowd is coming: More »
This isn't the most amazing, but YouTube user Ross3's "apple shot" is pretty damn great.
What makes it especially cool is how quick he works. A shot from that distance isn't difficult by any means. More »
I think that Skyrim might finally be the Bethesda game where I lose the thread. Or maybe I should say threads-this tapestry is so rich, and I have so many loose strings running through it, that I find myself letting go altogether and simply admiring the whole mess. More »
After years of being available as both alpha and beta, Minecraft is finally available as a finished (though never truly finished) product.
Yet for all the fanfare, I haven't played the game in over a year. More »
I've noticed over the years that I enjoy playing games in pairs, coupling them like a fine wine and a dry, aged cheese. (Or a hoppy beer and a slice of spicy pizza, if you prefer.) I've got professional obligations now that I didn't have in the past, but all the same, I find that I tend to... More »
Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg had some sharp words when asked about the criticism that Call Of Duty games get for their supposed glorification of violence and military aggression.
"There's a sense that games are more exploitive in a way that The Hurt Locker-which also was designed as form of... More »
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