Talk to just about anyone who works in gaming about the message board NeoGAF and you’ll hear the same thing said, often with shame, every time: “Oh yeah, it’s, uh, a guilty pleasure.”
From Deadly Premonition to Dark Souls, sometimes a PC game is released that's, well, let's call it an unoptimised port. Which leaves fans to do the work in getting them up to scratch, and of late no fan has become more "famous" than Durante.
Despite the best efforts of publishers and their art teams (or clients), a video game collection can rarely look as impressive as a good stack of books. Which is why, if you're concerned about that sort of thing, it's a good idea to print off your own custom covers, which often look waaaaaay better than the real deal.
Last week, the internet went mental. Sony announced it would be holding an event later this month in New York City—an event to unveil the PlayStation 4, apparently.
Actually, the full name of this game is Dudebro™ - My Shit Is Fucked Up So I Got to Shoot/Slice You II: It's Straight-Up Dawg Time.
Forget all the competitive, professional tournaments. This is the tournament I want to watch.
Whipping rain that dots your screen in a firefight. Fog that hides lingering zombies. Sheets of ice that cause you car to spin out of control. Weather can be an important part of video games. Over the years there have been some amazing takes on gameplay-impacting weather.
This week was the first time we heard of publisher 505 Games' Blackwater, an FPS that would cast you in the role of Blackwater Worldwide mercenaries. The topic seemed thorny—the mercenary company, now renamed Xe Services LLC., has been at the center of a multiple of controversies and the subject of highly critical…
A message appearing briefly on the Assassin's Creed Facebook page lead NeoGAF users to a Flash file urging fans to "Spread the Word" to reveal an exclusive look at the next Assassin's Creed game, and lurking within the Flash file was this logo. What is Assassin's Creed: Revelations?
The latest developer diary for Red Faction: Guerrilla reveals where the real power in the gaming industry lies, with the introduction of the Ostrich Hammer.
Silicon Knights bossman Denis Dyack is sick and tired of the Too Human bashing at popular gaming board NeoGAF. From the lowly rank and file to the very folks running the GAF circus, there's nary a Too Human thread to be found without its share of detractors. Dyack has, rather unwisely we think, issued a challenge to…