A gamer known as Asterion built this unreleased replica of New York City in PC game CitiesXL. Those familiar with the city beyond Times Square should note landmarks such as the Lower East Side Projects, Columbus Circle, and Ground Zero.
Kane and Lynch take their war on masturbation to the streets. In their adventures they ran into a Chinese man with one thing on his mind. In his defense he just needed one more for the road. Just one more!
The Ace Combat franchise generally has seen its jet combat supremacy unchallenged. Ubisoft changed this with its May 2009 release of Tom Clancy H.A.W.X. So it was time for change.
A young and mischievous Mickey Mouse paints his way into trouble in Wii game Epic Mickey’s opening cinematic. Disney says this this part one, and hopefully there’s more to come.
Star Wars: Requiem, a mod of 2008 PC game Sins of a Solar Empire that just received another update, is what a Star Wars space real-time strategy game should look and play like.
These new Call of Duty: Black Ops screens from Treyarch take us over the mountains and through the woods. Be sure to check out our most recent Black Ops impressions.
A bleak future is portrayed in these Ghost Recon Future Soldier screens, released for this weeks Gamescom. No hotel sign is safe.
This is the complete setlist of Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock. Ninety-three songs total will come on disc this Fall.
In this new trailer from Gamescom, SOE lets you be a savior or destroyer of the DC Universe.
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"Gnhhh!" ... "Whhhhaaaah!" ... "Bah….ah...gahhhhhh"... "Hmmmf!"... "Ehiehhh" ... "Mhaemm!".. These grunts, sighs, squeals and miscellaneous other vocalizations compose roughly 1/4 of the dialogues in the early hours of Final Fantasy XIII.
Madden reigns supreme on this weeks iTunes Chart Topper. Being a digitally distributed port, bargain bin deals the day Madden 12 is inevitably unveiled is out of the question.
Unless you've lived off the grid for the last 60 years, you've heard the "Wilhelm scream." It's a stock sound-bit originally used in film and television post-production. It started in a Western movie. It's back in a Western video game.
Osmos the highly regarded game about little orbs absorbing bigger ones makes it's return to the list. Both iPhone and iPad gamers have found a renewed interest in it's galactic ambiance.
2D platformers like Limbo and Braid have created deep metaphorical experiences, but can gamers appreciate them? And can their success move game literacy into new genres?
For 30 years Chinatown Fair Video Arcade has stood at 8 Mott Street in New York City's Chinatown, entertaining gamers. Despite its age, it also stands as an environment for LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) youth to just be themselves.
Robert Yang, a video game design student, comments on a Dragon Age mod that enabled new dating options, including gay romance. We're republishing his account of what happened when he played it. There will be marked spoilers.
Risk : The Official Game takes a unprecedented drop. We Farm for iPad proves iGamers are still not tired of FarmVille knock-offs, and everyone has gone crazy for the Choppers.
Chinese artist Liu Bolin took to the streets after literally being made homeless by the Chinese government. Suojiacun, an artists village in northeastern Beijing was torn down during the Olympic redevelopment.
Street Fight IV makes its triumphant return to the iPhone list. Scrabble for iPad proves classic games never gets old. All this and more on this week's iTunes Chart Topper.
Didn't buy Bad Company 2? Still want in on the Medal of Honor beta? No worries, below you'll find two dozen beta keys first-come, first-served. The beta is now available for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC gamers. Enjoy!