The upcoming expansion adds a great deal to the cultural game. But is it too easy to win this way?
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Gamers hate the online pass -- and EA says it hears you as it does away with the feature going forward.
What, we worry? The "D&D Next" playtest doesn't pose a problem for the upcoming MMO.
Google's most talked-out gadget is popping up in public ... and making some folk mumble for their safe places.
Guest Post Why there has never been a better time for game developers to cash in on the R&D tax credit.
Guest Post Players want their games available on any device. HTML 5 has the power to deliver them to their PCs, their consoles, and their mobile devices.
Guest Post Is there a double-standard when it comes to linking violence and video games?
Guest Post The lessons from online games and virtual communities are taking over. Here's how they can help your company.
Fans of strategy, role-playing games, racing, action, adventure, and more are experiencing an incredible entertainment revolution, and a recent TED talk embodies this.
Guest Post Sony may be grasping the importance of mobile and social integration with its upcoming console, but it's too little, too late for plastic living room boxes. Smartphones and tablets aren't just the future; they are the now.
Guest Post Customer service is tricky when it comes to gaming -- but it's a vital part of your title's success.
Talisman Prologue, out now for PC, will come before the multiplayer version of the beloved fantasy board game.
How does a free online game sell itself without giving paying players an advantage? Development studio Grinding Gear Games decided to sell the audience.
A new studio in Detroit is going to Kickstarter to fund a strategy game about the Fall of Rome -- one that's about destroying an empire, not building one.
This joint venture from RPG house Level-5 and the animation masters at Studio Ghibli has plenty of heart but combat that will drive you nuts.
When picturing the average gamer, I wouldn’t blame you if your mental image depicts a teenage male. He’s got the latest gaming console and the greatest mobile gadgets – loaded with every imaginable game app – all but surgically attached …
The Walking Dead may be GamesBeat's Game of the Year for 2012, but here's the other titles our staff picked as contenders for the crown.
Editor's Pick Our three different reviewers take on separate aspects of Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Activision Blizzard's first-person military shooter for the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, and PC.
Vikings invade strategy-RPG King's Bounty. But is this addition to the franchise a little too berserk for its own good?
Editor's Pick Our three different reviewers take on separate aspects of Assassin's Creed III, Ubisoft's action-adventure game for the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, and PC.