Aliens Vs. Colonial Marines | A poster depicting the U.S.S. Sulaco from Aliens. (Photo by Crecente. Poster sent to my home from a C. Burke. )
They call it their flawed masterpiece.
Released last year, 4A Games' Metro 2033 gave gamers a chance to experience a different sort of apocalypse, one untainted by Western views and culture. More »
The people who make Call of Duty keep promising that they won't charge you extra to play their hit game against other people. They shoot down any fears that they're going to turn CoD multiplayer into a pay-per-month subscription service, a la World of Warcraft or HBO.
But starting this fall, series... More »
The iPhone seems packed to the rafters these days with loud, violent shooters and games about money. So let's take things a little slower, and relax with a puzzling platformer about some cute spirits instead.
Spirits is an iPhone and iPad game by Spaces of Play that, at the risk of crudely... More »
The Indie Stone's calamitous path has finally brought it to a place where Project Zomboid is available to play as a cut-down alpha.
Those who have pre-ordered the game (and more recently, those who have bought their other games to get a PZ pre-order) will by now have received an email with the... More »
According to UK windscreen replacement company Autoglass, this video represents a future where augmented reality windshield displays can usher in a new era of driver safety. More »
The first two Uncharted games for the PlayStation 3 established Naughty Dog as one of the premiere single-player developers on the console. That's just not good enough for these people. More »
Prediction! There will be a lot of shooters (first-person and third-person) at E3 next week.
Yes, indeed. As crazy as it sounds, games that involve the rapid transferral of bullets (or lasers) from gun barrel to bad guy's head will be as ubiquitous at next week's E3 showcase of upcoming video... More »
Long weekend over. Yard mulched. Beer consumed. E3 cometh... –Brian Crecente
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