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Good old Neverwinter. Bringing D&D's Forgotten Realms campaign to life in an all-new way, Neverwinter Nights was both the first graphical MMORPG and a wildly successful series of 3rd-person RPGs.[...]
The Tomb Raider reboot takes the series back to its roots, with Lara Croft not only fighting against bad guys with guns, but against Mother Nature, as well.
Stealth action, crossbows, pistols, magic, a steampunk theme...really, the question when approaching Bethesda's Dishonored is: What does it not have?
We got our hands on the latest entry in the Resident Evil series at this year's E3, and with six characters, three campaigns, and no shortage of zombies, it's shaping[...]
Splinter Cell: Blacklist may be Ubisoft Toronto's first title, but the studio doesn't seem to be having any problems creating a game that fits in seamlessly alongside the other entries[...]
We got some (albeit all too brief) hands-on time with the prototype Wii U units at E3 2011. This year, however, Nintendo is far more welcoming, and showing off the[...]
Like any major trade show, E3 attracts a lot of edge case products. Off in a little corner of the show floor, was Epson demoing the company's all new smart[...]
EA showcased a lineup of new games from 10 different franchises during its E3 2012 press conference, including new entries to franchises like Dead Space, Crysis, Need for Speed, and[...]
Microsoft may not have debuted a new console at this year's E3, but it had its fair share of announcements at its press conference, including a ton of new game[...]
Gamers rejoice! E3 is on us once again, and since there's still some time before things really get started, let's take a moment and think about what we might be[...]
One of the things we can take from Nintendo's press showings thus far at E3 is that the company realizes they can't completely ignore the 'hardcore' gaming market. A major[...]
At E3 this year in Los Angeles, Nintendo showed off more than a little bit of their next-generation Wii U console. What they were a little more reserved about, however,[...]