Nintendo Land is more than just a collection of minigames: It’s a competitive arena that tests your relationship with those you love most.
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The closed beta begins on Nov. 16.
We’ve heard of developers hiring economists and military consultants for their games before, so why not scientists, too?
Ubisoft once again invades your living room with Just Dance 4. But after seven games in the franchise, the formula is starting to feel a little stale.
Dance Central 3 DJ is one of the first concrete examples we’ve seen of Microsoft’s SmartGlass application since its announcement at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo.
We’re down to the last seven days (and seven prizes) of our giveaway. Don’t miss out!
Developer Harmonix continues its fantastic legacy of music games with Dance Central 3. Consider the title your yearly reminder of why you bought the Xbox 360′s Kinect hardware in the first place.
With a combination of deadly vehicles, homemade weapons, and large battlefields, independent developer 2 Dawn Games wants to deliver an unpredictable multiplayer experience.
Set in a postapocalyptic world literally covered in darkness, Flare is a show that utilizes Fourth Wall Studio’s unique Rides.tv technology to deliver a story through multiple devices, like your phone, laptop, and tablet.
Two weeks. 14 prizes. A ton of games. You don’t want to miss this!
Yohei Shimbori discusses just what it took to bring back a proper Dead or Alive fighting game after a seven year absence.
Instead of smashing bricks, you’re rescuing animals trapped in an evil science lab in this new twist on Atari’s 36-year-old Breakout franchise.
We asked indie developers to pitch us a game in one Tweet. Here are the 10 best submissions, continuing with #2.
2K Sports is making sure you never stop thinking about your NBA 2K13 player with the help of two new apps: MyNBA2K and NBA 2K: MyLIFE.
Gameloft partnered with app and game maker Discovery Bay Games for the Duo Gamer, a bluetooth-enabled controller for iOS devices that only works with Gameloft games.
Everything in Resident Evil 6 is bigger, louder, and prettier than its predecessors, but does that make it a better game?
Many were quick to call out The War Z as a copycat reaction to the popular ArmA II mod DayZ. After our brief hands-on time with the game, however, it’s clear that Hammerpoint Interactive’s MMO is much more than that.
Cello Fortress is an interactive concert experience where audience members attempt to dismantle the cellist’s fortress with tanks, while the cellist defends his territory by playing a variety of aggressive and dissonant chords. It sounds ridiculously awesome.
With the NFL season in full swing, it’s time to talk numbers. For EA Sports, that means how many games people are playing in Madden 13.
With no guns or first-person perspectives in sight, this free roaming post-apocalyptic animal-survival game is probably the most refreshing gameplay experience you’ll have this year.
Made almost entirely from clay, Clay Jam is a fast-paced action game bursting with bizarre monster creations and charming visuals.
Marvel Comics’ Hulk stars in this first chapter of Wideload Games’ episodic mobile series, but even with all his strength, he still can’t save it from wallowing in mediocrity.
Four of these third-party partner games are now live on Zynga.com.
Gems With Friends is the sixth game in Zynga’s “With Friends” franchise.
Avengers Initiative is a episodic mobile game for iOS and Android devices, where each chapter will star a different member of Marvel’s iconic superhero team.
Animal Bingo is Jeff Corwin’s first foray into mobile games, allowing kids to learn more about various animal species around the world.
Dishonored: Rat Assassin is an unusual but addicting take on Arkane Studio’s first-person action game.
If you happen to be in Seattle this weekend, Disney is inviting the public to try and beat the high score from Steve Wiebe, a former Donkey Kong world record holder,in the 8-bit Fix-It Felix Jr. arcade game.
Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why’d you steal our garbage?!! is an old-school role-playing adventure game for the Nintendo DS and 3DS, featuring an odd cast of characters and the TV show’s signature brand of humor.
Developer Mobvie.com received “the Apple death blow rejection email that no indie developer wants to see” for Angry Elections 2012, a political satire inspired by the Angry Birds franchise.
Editor’s Pick GamesBeat traces the history of OnLive, from founder Steve Perlman first filing his cloud-gaming patent in 2002, to its recent wave of financial troubles and restructuring.
Klei Entertainment game designer Nels Anderson offers some insight into the development process for Mark of the Ninja.
GamesBeat takes a look at just what kind of monstrosities you’ll be fighting against in the latest installment of Capcom’s survival-turned-action-horror franchise.
Here’s what makes Mark of the Ninja unique to the stealth genre.
Boasting impressive visuals and God of War-like combat, Gameloft clearly wanted its first game using the Unreal Engine to epic.
With a team of veteran Disney animators behind it, Harold is shaping up to be an early contender for the best looking game of 2013.
GamesBeat interviews Kelly Zmak, the president of Infinite Game Publishing, on what it took to bring back the MechWarrior franchise in a free-to-play environment.
Read about one writer’s painfully awkward journey to become the ultimate baller in NBA Baller Beats.
CJ Games’s multiplayer shooter plans to keep its online experience fresh with dynamic tournaments and a progressive story campaign.
The world’s largest game retailer remains adamant that the Wii U will be out this year despite investors’ concerns.