Editor's Pick Our E3 2013 Game of the Show may not be that surprising, but our overall top three is. They're all from the same genre.
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The newest Wolfenstein is exploring new territory for the series: story and character development like you've never seen.
Dead Rising 3 is going next-gen. What's changing for the zombie-slaying series?
SGN continues to grow in the social space while giants like Zynga close offices. What's its secret?
Editor's Pick Sony and Microsoft are hogging all the headlines at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo. Where does the Wii U fit into all of this? The GamesBeat staff discusses.
It starts off with "more of the same" but quickly moves to "give me more." New towers and plenty of little secrets make this one a must-play.
Guest Post Developers -- for games or otherwise -- tend to dig into too much data. Here are six metrics that you should ignore.
This "dark fairy tale" has some roots in the likes of Tim Burton, Monty Python, and more. Find out how its creator came to make such a twisted game.
Here's a quick look at the new towers and heroes in the upcoming sequel to the tower-defense classic Kingdom Rush.
Editor's Pick These review scores are quite interesting -- and unexpected.
Sega wants it all: console, mobile, hardcore, and casual. How does this once-king of hardware deal with the challenges of being everything to everyone, everywhere?
The former University of Michigan star quarterback chats with us about who he plays in football video games and being the face of NCAA Football 14.
We barely got our hands wrapped around this bulky tablet/controller hybrid, and we're not impressed.
The two-move fighting game has a special two-move controller, but the developers are working to put it in consumers' hands.
When developers have to wait more than two hours to see the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, they need a way to release their (creative) energy. Oculus VR gave them one.
Changing weather conditions and pleasing some cantankerous crabs factor into your pursuit of the top spot on the leaderboard in this new game.
The developers want you to feel certain emotions when playing Rain. The same ones you probably felt while playing Journey.
Editor's Pick Our alternative reviewers give us their thoughts on playing (or not playing, as the case may be) EA's newest city-building sim.
Startup publisher Gun doesn't want to be one of the big boys, but it does have big ideas on how to bring the right games to market.
A few masters of tabletop gaming are creating a digital-only card game, and future players are already dropping hundreds of dollars to get in on it. What's the secret?