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Last of Us Creators' Approach To DLC Sounds Great, But Risky

DLC is still such a new thing in gaming that it's hard to say if anyone has gotten it exactly right. Maybe BioWare? Maybe Rockstar? Maybe Bethesda? The people at Naughty Dog are taking a crack at it this week with the release of some single-player DLC for The Last of Us. They took their own path, wisely or not. »2/11/14 6:30pm2/11/14 6:30pm

Maker of Religious Video Games Faces Stock Fraud Charges in U.S.

Remember those Left Behind holy-war video games made for the PC in the middle of the last decade? U.S. regulators just sued the company's founder, saying that he and a friend artificially inflated the firm's revenue figures through a stock kickback scheme. The founder says the government is discriminating against him. »9/25/13 7:00pm9/25/13 7:00pm

Christian Game Developers Want to Leave Bad Games Behind

Heading north on Interstate 5 toward Newberg, Ore. last week, I wasn't sure what exactly I'd encounter at Christian Game Developers Conference 2011. Would it have a show floor? Would they be showcasing new games? Would there be a Kinect-enabled Bible study game with 1:1 praying-hands control? Is a third sequel to the … »7/14/11 5:00pm7/14/11 5:00pm

Pretend to be an Investor in a Religious Games Publisher and Get a Free Game

Left Behind Games, publisher of the notorious Rapture romp Left Behind 3: Liberals Get Shot Rise of the Antichrist, has opened a free video game program under the auspices of providing a product sample to investors - even potential investors. "Potential investors," means pretty much anyone, so now's your chance! »4/15/11 11:00pm4/15/11 11:00pm