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Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed reinvents what it means to be a Mario Kart clone.
The Zelda-inspired graphic novella Second Quest completes its funding on Kickstarter.
5th Planet credits its success with social game Legacy of a Thousand Suns to many factors, but one most of all.
The answer to who are the more committed gamers, console or mobile players, might not be as clear-cut as you think.
Preorder Crysis 3 and receive the original game for the platform of your choice, free of charge.
The puzzle-platformer Planet in Distress may be too much heartache for one boy — and may put the player in distress as well.
A team of DigiPen graduates is redefining indie games by looking to the quality of triple-A.
Five artists interpret classic video games in different ways, but they all work with the same basic form: 8-bit sprites.
Leave your body at the door. … Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise is one party no one can survive.
Developer Mojang is using its most popular game to improve people’s lives in the real world.
Our final entry in our “pitch us in one Tweet” series of indie games takes us back one of the purest forms of gameplay: shooters.
The developers behind three Wii U launch games talk GamePad optimization and Nintendo’s attitude toward indie games.
Neowin.net writer John Callaham struck a nerve last Friday, when he wrote an open letter to Marcus “Notch” Persson and called him a hypocrite.
St. Bart’s Pathology Museum in London held Resident Evil-themed lectures over the weekend — but they’re not what you might expect.
Project Eternity is one of the quickest-growing RPG worlds, but it’s limited to PCs for a reason.
The developers behind Theatrhythm, Sound Shapes, and more demystify what makes and inspires a music game.
Torchlight II might be a cheap alternative to Diablo, but the price is no reflection of its quality.
Chief executive officer Max Schaefer explains where Torchlight II stands in the current action-RPG market.
Take a look at the new Wii U trailers available today.
Namco Bandai’s Katamari game series becomes a webcomic this month on ShiftyLook.
Joe Danger 2: The Movie makes you the star of the most jam-packed action movie around, but you’ve seen this one before.
EA and Insomniac Games’ upcoming multiplatform shooter puts alien technology in dangerous hands.
Gateways is a new puzzle-platformer that can teach us the benefits of learning from other games.
The PC game Terraria is headed to XBLA and PSN in early 2013.
Introducing Genesect, the latest Mythical Pokémon coming for Black and White Version 2.
GameFounders has granted six lucky startups entry into its invaluable three-month accelerator program.
Gameloft is bringing four of its top titles to Amazon’s new Kindle Fire tablets.
Lara Croft has a new doppelgänger, and she’s headed to the Arctic in Greenpeace’s new game for iOS.
Minecraft is giving people around the world the power to improve their neighborhoods for future generations.
The successful game series Pro Pinball comes to Kickstarter with the help of expert creators and designers Pat Lawlor and John Youssi.
Rovio is helping to support a good cause by dressing an angry bird like a legendary rock-n-roll star.
PixelJunk producer James Mielke and Q-Games founder Dylan Cuthbert explain the inspiration behind their band, The Electric Bends.
Now you can join the Bats and Jokerz of Gotham City Impostors at no cost on Steam.
A team at Techland is creating a gruesome hack-n-slash set in a world of dark magic, and there’s no unicorns allowed.
Xenoblade Chronicles and The Last Story have successfully released in the U.S., but Pandora’s Tower still remains without a publisher.
Through its game GreenSpace, RocketOwl hopes to educate people on social causes and help the environment.
SDP Games’ new app takes the work out of choosing something to play.
Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead earns a Golden Joystick nomination as another chapter of the story unfolds.
Signal Studios’ upcoming action role-playing game will be one of Xbox Live’s first free-to-play titles.