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It may have been under the radar for a bit after its initial announcement in 2008, but Star Wars: The Old Republic, an MMORPG epic, was available to play at[...]
Borderlands 2, the sequel to the 2009 co-op FPS/RPG hybrid from Gearbox, doesn't stray far from the roots of its predecessor. But that may be the best decision Gearbox could[...]
Style is the name of the game with Max Payne 3, as the game's demo at PAX East showed. Who would have thought it could be so easy to look[...]
No action is without consequence in XCOM: Enemy Unknown, Firaxis Games' upcoming contribution to the storied franchise. Plan your moves carefully.
Square Enix may not be reinventing the wheel with its rescue project, Sleeping Dogs, so its best hope is to perfect it instead.
While Gigabyte aimed to impress at PAX East this year, showcasing a number of powerful machines that sported its motherboards, the real attractions were the games they were running. Among[...]
Without a question Duke Nukem Forever embodies the very nature of Duke and his games. It's crass, it's violent, it's over the top, and above all, it's downright fun.
Just when it looked like it was smooth sailing for the much-anticipated Duke Nukem Forever, 2K Games announced that the game has once again been delayed.
For the Jurassic Park game, Telltale Games, the studio that is best known for its point-and-click adventure games, has taken some serious deviations from its form.
NVIDIA's new Fermi architecture, it's next-generation graphics processing chips, is almost here. Their GeForce Twitter account announced just a few hours ago that the launch date for it's upcoming[...]
With a relatively weak AAA showing at this year's PAX East in Boston, indie games got their time in the spotlight and became the star of the show.