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Be warned: I am a strident fan of classic computer real-time strategy series Age of Empires and when finally given the opportunity to play a new take on the game I will go to great lengths to make sure it sticks around. Usually that wouldn't be a problem. More »
See those adorable little pink blobs floating on the right side of the screenshot above? They're about to have their eyeballs torn out and eaten. Just one of the many reasons Tentacles is the best Windows Phone 7 game I've played so far. More »
The PS3 God of War: Origins Collection brings Ready at Dawns two wonderful Playstation Portable games to the PS3. But you can't just dump them over from portable to console and expect them to look good. More »
After some delays, and some uncertainty about Move support, developer Tetsuya Mizuguchi himself takes to YouTube to confirm the game's release and show us how it will work with Move. Oh! More »
Why play the Batman or Joker when you can create your own? Check out the ridiculous customization options that will be available in the downloadable online multiplayer shooter Gotham City Imposters. More »
The hate of fake games and fake gamers goes back at least to 1988. That's when a reporter from the esteemed magazine Newsweek was trying to make sense of the "fun, low-brainpower" games kids were playing in America and wanted to understand how some awful Atari-like crash could be avoided... More »
A pair of hackers that gained access to the Xbox account of a Treyarch employee believes they've stumbled across the next entry in the Call of Duty series, code named Iron Wolf. More »
FrontierVille Sequel Pioneer Trail Gets Zynga a Little Closer to Making Hardcore Games, Limits Friends
Pioneer Trail is the brand-new, massive sequel to FrontierVille, one of the most popular games on Facebook. It's got a few twists that are going to throw any FrontierVille fan for a loop. More »
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