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When I fired up the PS Vita for the first time this past weekend, I couldn't help but think back to Dec. 2004. So much has changed. I had a one-year-old son, who is now eight. More »
Kim Jong-il passed away this week-something almost predicted by Homefront, a video game. The question now is: what's next? Rather, who.
Kim Jong-un, who also appeared in Homefront, will be the dictator's successor. More »
Sony, along with several other big companies, has recently tried to institute a "no sue" clause in the terms of service agreements for its consoles.
To oppose this, some people are, yes, trying to sue them over their "no sue" agreements.
According to a report on GameSpot, a man in Northern... More »
Brian Menze's been around the video game art world for a long time now. If you've played, say, Fallout 2 (released in 1998), know that he's the guy who designed all the Vault Boy images in the game.
But that was the 20th century! More »
When I first looked at the PS Vita's graphical user interface, I thought, wow, this is elegant. I was impressed with how simple and intuitive it is. But when some unscrupulous gamers looked at it, they thought something else entirely. More »
Is Starcraft more hardcore than Super Meat Boy? Is Passage a better metaphor for life than Flower? We all love to argue about video games. Thanks to a new card came called "The Metagame," we can make a game out of those very arguments, and have a ton of fun in the process.
The Metagame was... More »
Concept art is a guess, a hope and sometimes an unintended lie. Remember that today as you look at the concept art for next year's Transformers: Fall of Cyberton, the 2012 follow-up to Activision and High Moon Studios' impressive 2010 Transformers game War for Cybertron.
People who grew up with the... More »
It may be massively multiplayer, but Star Wars: The Old Republic is still a BioWare game, and that means dialogue trees. Let me share with you the rules I've set in place to make sure my Smuggler character is every bit the scoundrel I want him to be. More »
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