X-Men Origins: Wolverine is not a movie game.
While Harmonix senior designer Dan Teasdale had intentions of talking about LEGO Rock Band during his GDC talk, "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap: Design Lessons Learned From Rock Band," that obviously didn't happen.
Ngmoco's LiveFire, a multiplayer first-person shooter designed from the ground up for the iPhone, is a valiant attempt to bring the fast-paced genre to the portable, but still needs quite a bit of work.
By all appearances, R.U.S.E. is another attempt by Ubisoft to redefine strategy gaming in a way to be more attractive for casual fans, slowing the pace of real-time strategy and adding depth to the genre.
In Battlestations: Pacific you don't just have a chance to play on the side of Japan, you can experience a World War II where Japan wins the war.
Iconic 70s superhero Iron Fist will be among the two dozen playable characters featured in upcoming action title Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2.
Brütal Legend is much more than an action game with sharp writing and a heavy metal soundtrack.
I'd been dreading writing up what happened at the last GDC panel I attended, and not because it was boring to sit through.
This year's Game Developers Conference was, as is often the case, quite a bit of fun.
There are plenty of things to talk about when it comes to Wii shooter The Conduit, but none are more important then the controls and the absurd number of ways you can customize them.
Dragon Age: Origins Lead Writer David Gaider and BioWare heads Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk have different ideas about what high and low fantasy is; which may foretell a genre crisis for the game.
Dexter is a Showtime series about a forensics expert that secretly murders guilty suspects and collects samples of their blood. This is the game of that show made by a clothing designer.
If you wonder why Dead Space cribs from other material, consider the fact that they were the sole new IP developed in competition with The Godfather, Lord of the Rings and The Simpsons.
The DS version of upcoming movie-game G.I. Joe will be a top-down shooter with a slight role-playing game element to it, the developers say.
America's Army 3, the upcoming iteration of the real Army's free first-person shooter recruiting tool, will be available on Steam when it launches.
After a record 2008, attendance at the 2009 Game Developers Conference dipped slightly but still stood strong, with more that 17,000 industry professionals making the trip.
The sequel to Call of Juarez is actually a prequel, set 20 years before the original western shooter.