Portal 2, the latest rare release from one of the best game studios in the world, is one month away. How will you play it? Will it be too tough? One of the game's creators, Valve Software writer Erik Wolpaw offers some spoiler-free tips.
If turning the plight of illegal immigrants risking their lives to sneak into the U.S. into a goofy iPhone racing game didn't amuse critics of Smuggle Truck: Operation Immigration, maybe the game's legal immigration mode will.
The people who have turned the video game Civilization into a board game are continuing their improbable quest to make a Gears of War board game. They don't have anything to show of the game here at Boston's PAX East other than a banner. No boards. No pieces. No gameplay details.
We here at Kotaku loved the first Toy Soldiers, a downloadable Xbox 360 tower defense game set during World War I. The new one, Toy Soldiers: Cold War, is debuting at PAX East in Boston, where I saw it on Saturday. It looks like a fantastic upgrade.
The creators of the upcoming video game that pits United States law enforcement agents against a Mexican drug cartel deny that they are ripping their subject from today's headlines.
At PAX East today, the makers of BioShock Infinite, the big 2012 sequel from Irrational Games, shared what they said would be their cutting-room-floor material. They showed what won't go into BioShock Infinite, but that will help shape the game. Of course, their cutting room floor material is fascinating. So stop…
Portal 2 takes place after Portal, long after enough for Aperture Science to be wrecked and covered with plant-life. What happened? Valve plans to explain some of that gap in the coming weeks, before we can play Portal 2 on April 18.