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Evan Narcisse enjoys Dante's new feel. More »
Shawn McGrath, the creator of Dyad, writes an ode to the beautiful source code in Doom 3 (Bonus, John Carmack himself responds to the article). More »
Jason Schreier shows off a bunch of our little shop of photoshop horrors. More »
The maker of Dungeon Siege and Supreme Commander is forced to lay off about 40 employees and answer to backers wondering if its million-dollar Kickstarter campaign is worth supporting. More »
Patricia Hernandez offers five things she wants to see less of in online shooters. More »
Gergő Vas made a bunch of crazy Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance gifs from a new trailer. More »
Evan has a nightmare about Alan Wake. (Can you blame him?) More »
Kirk Hamilton needs some dinosaurs and he needs them now. More »
Jason tells us about the NRA's new video game, that released on the anniversary of Sandy Hook. More »
Dennis Scimeca confesses a very personal, sometimes dark story about his troubles with bipolar disorder. More »
Luke Plunkett gets nostalgic over his old Star Wars clan. More »
Gergő Vas collects a bunch of weird video game bosses. More »
Jason reports on all the research we know of—from 1984 to today—that looks at the connection between violence and video games. More »
Brian Ashcraft explains why PC gaming is not as big over in Japan. More »
Luke takes a look at the mysteries behind the death of the producer on the YouTube series FPS Russia. More »
Kirk thinks you should wait for the PC version before you get to hacking and slashing. More »
Patricia cuts campers some slack. She clearly has too much empathy. More »
You Get To Ask The People Making Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Two Questions, They Said. Good Luck.
Kirk deals with an... interesting(?) interview. More »
Quintin Smith tells us about the board games he's excited about this year. More »
Jason tells us how Final Fantasy just isn't the same anymore. More »