We've talked about failed assassinations, world domination and a surprisingly funny video game based on a kid's movie. We've had our say about our own greatest gaming moments of 2010. Now it's your turn.A fluke victory in a multiplayer game. A memorable battle against a giant foe. An amazing come-from-behind…
Suicide, laughter, and the believed death of a communist leader. These were just some of my ten favorite moments from my favorite games of 2010. (Spoilers)
I had many fond memories playing my way through 2010, but none were as fond as these.
Boy, video games sure covered a lot of historical ground in 2010, with titles set everywhere from "a long time ago" to the dark, distant future of 2552.
In light of Forbes amazingly perceptive 2000 piece about the computers of 2010, Forbes' Paul Tassi decided to take a stab at predicting what gaming will be like in a decade.
Last month UbiWorkshop teased a secret project featuring the talents of acclaimed comic book illustrators Cameron Stewart and Karl Kerschl. Today that project stands revealed as an Assassin's Creed comic book mini-series set in Russia, introduced via old-timey film reel.
Quieting the obnoxious plastic horn in the Wii version of 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa requires that you first win a game. In the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, vuvuzela volume is an audio menu option. Seen on Reddit.
At some point during E3, this happened, but we were far too busy working to see it.
I highly recommend seeing Disney's latest Toy Story film at an E3 preview, where you can have all the candy, popcorn, milkshakes, Yoohoo brand chocolate drink, and vodka Jell-O shots you can handle. And I can handle a lot.
Peter Molyneux took the stage today at Microsoft's E3 2010 press conference to nail down an October release date for the third entry in Microsoft Game Studios' flagship action role-playing game series000
Seven45 Studios reveals agreements with Dave Matthews Band, Eric Clapton, and Kid Rock to provide exclusive music to real guitar powered rhythm game Power Gig, along with the innovative Airstrike drums that will accompany said real guitar.
In the race to determine Time Magazine's 100 Most Influential People in the World, readers rank Penny Arcade's Gabe and Tycho just above President Barack Obama, but they've got a ways to go before catching up to Lady Gaga.
2010 will bring us many, many things. Some good, some bad, but all of them, things. We'll be dealing with a lot of that this week, but for now, I'd rather talk about things we won't be seeing.
Holiday dreams shatter like delicate crystal unicorns across North America, as Sony confirms that the adorable little EyePet won't be making it home in time for Christmas.
Another game drops from the 2009 holiday season lineup, as Activision pushes the finish line on Bizarre Creations' Blur into 2010.
Another major 2009 release becomes a major 2010 release, as Capcom pushes back Dark Void to avoid a crowded fall game season that doesn't really exist anymore.
Performing a body slam from the top ropes onto the back of the bandwagon, THQ is readying their own game-specific control accessory, to be added to the pile in 2010.