One of the benefits of backing as many Kickstarter campaigns as I have is that some days I wake up and find beta keys for up and coming crowd funded games in my inbox. Every day is Christmas when you Kickstart all the things.
The red ending. Is it canon? Who's to say? It's the only ending that differs greatly from the others and that's for one major reason.
Freddie Wong is a god among men. Men who make awesome videos on the internet, that is.
This is some new gameplay of Resident Evil 6 that was filmed at Capcom's Summer Jam.
I've been cleaning out my hard drive lately and when doing so I tend to come across folders upon folders of old pictures. Recently, one in particular caught my eye. It was titled Comic Con 2010.
I got an email from my mother recently. She was very excited about a new video game. As someone for whom video games are a way of life, clearly this intrigued me. My mother? Intersted in a video game? Preposterous!
The subject line read T4C Realmud. Two words I hadn't seen in ages, yet two words I knew very well.
We all enjoyed Meet the Pyro. It was worth the wait. Except fans still had one question. Who is the man behind the mask?!
Do you love Black Ops? Do you love Nuketown? Do you wish you could pre-order Black Ops II and go back to Nuketown? Well then today is your lucky day!
Earlier this year NECA displayed the prototype for their Gordon Freeman action figure at the international Toy Fair in New York. Now, Mr. Freeman is almost ready to come out and play in all his scientific glory.
Hey guys, you still awake? I am.
What is a man? A miserable little pile of secrets! But not Dave Cox, oh no. The head of development at Konami EU has had far too much to say to me as of late.
After being out for nearly a year on PC as a beta you'd think Xbox 360 gamers would have given up ever seeing a new campaign for L4D2 on their beloved console. But Valve is not one to make people wait any longer than they have to! /s
It's hard out there for a voice actor. It doesn't matter if you're Nolan North, Jennifer Hale or Steve Blum, it seems that some companies are always going to look for big name "Hollywood" talent first.
Not long ago I had the pleasure of having a long talk with one of my all time favorite game designers, Al Lowe. The godfather of sleazy adventure gaming had plenty to say about the past, present and future of his famous polyester protagonist, but also had some very interesting thoughts about the way we protect our…
Edmund McMillen speaks his mind. Whether it be about games, religion or poop, he never holds anything back.
Battlefield 3 has been a huge success for EA and the recently launched "premium" service looks like it'll be a big success as well. So much so that EA Label's President Frank Gibeau thinks it's time to bring the idea to other franchises.
Unless you've been living under a mammoth you're no doubt aware that there's a new expansion out for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It's called Dawnguard and it centers around our inexplicable love of vampires. It's already a hit on the Xbox 360 but before it makes it's way to PC , our 16th President wants in on the…
Working retail can get dull, even when you sell video games. Luckily for one GameStop employee, his bordedom led to creativity and it got the better of him. Luckily he's so damn talented that even his boss approves!