Internet Harmony | Reddit user GryphElyse drew Chell and GLaDOS in adorable kitten form. (Photo: Imgur)
Brian Fargo, whose credits include Bard's Tale and the original Fallout, wants to make a new Wasteland game. This is a very good idea.
It's also a very good idea that Fargo wants to be involved, because there wouldn't have been a Fallout without Wasteland.
Released in 1988 on the PC, Wasteland was... More »
Artist OMOCAT takes Zelda and dials the cuteness up as far as it can go without making you puke. Even the Zelda stuff that's already cute, doesn't matter, it gets cuter.
Those with a high tolerance for sweetness head through the gallery above. More »
We've been promised substantial downloadable content for last year's blockbuster Skyrim, but it sounds like Bethesda is thinking really big.
"For Fallout 3 we did five DLCs," Howard told me during an interview last week at the DICE Summit. More »
French game site Gameblog.fr reported earlier today that Amazon's French digital storefront leaked details about the next installment in Activision's blockbuster FPS series. More »
Why Did Batman: Arkham City Have 440 Trophies? Why Did Batman Fight A Shark? And More Questions Answered
I had a chat with Sefton Hill, chief game designer at Rocksteady Studios, in Las Vegas last week. The man's team just made two terrific Batman games, so it was time we talked.
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There's a little Lego figure standing next to my computer screen. It's a miniature depiction of Darth Maul, from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, and he's holding a double-sided lightsaber. More »
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