In celebration of Halloween, the GamesBeat writers and editors pick the moments that chilled them the most over the years.
Irrational is also launching a $5 challenge pack today.
What if we could replay some of the greatest gaming experiences of our lives again, but for the first time? Which would they be, and why?
Here’s what you had to say about which BioShock was better in GamesBeat’s first community Q&A.
Publisher Deep Silver is back to take you on another zombie-infested tropical getaway. But does Dead Island: Riptide breathe new life into its genre, or is it just a walking corpse?
Warning: Beware of major spoilers in the sky and deep blue sea!
Pay attention, Hollywood. “Amateur” cosplayers can teach you a thing or two about bringing our favorite video game characters to life.
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[SPOILER] It appears Irrational Games slipped quite an Easter egg into the first BioShock game.
This beautiful Atari 2600 cartridge mock-ups make us wonder: What would the world be like if the 2600 was the only home console we ever needed?
Editor’s Pick In development for over five years, Irrational finally releases its alternate-history first-person shooter, one that’s so good at transporting you to the sky city of Columbia that its little flaws really stick out.
Obama, the iOS App Store, and six Halo games are just a few of the things that happened since Irrational released BioShock.
BioShock Infinite’s newest trailer proves the game’s damsel in distress might be more powerful than the man sent to rescue her.
Let’s take a look back at the origins of System Shock 2 and why it’s still worth playing.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Developers around the world are joining in the celebration with their own game-related cards. Why not give one to the gamer in your life?
The creator of Gears of Wars is finally free to give his thoughts on other shooters.
The Hunger Games meets BioShock meets Minecraft. Seriously.
Publisher 2K is compiling all previously released BioShock content into one Ultimate Rapture Edition.
You think the BioShock Infinite cover is bad? Here are five ways it could be worse.
Editor’s Pick In BioShock Infinite, developer Irrational Games presents a nuanced experience of 1912 U.S. race relations.
Irrational Games creative director Ken Levine explains what they’re using the extra time for and why it’s all executive vice president of development Rod Fergusson’s fault.
If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best video game stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.
GameFly looks to take on Steam and Origin with its new client for PC and Mac gaming.
We’ve heard of developers hiring economists and military consultants for their games before, so why not scientists, too?
See Etch A Sketch versions of Mario, Link, Pikachu, and more.
See costumes featuring characters from The Legend of Zelda, Borderlands 2, Final Fantasy, Batman, and more from the New York Comic Con.
We’re giving away early access codes for the PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale public beta. If you want to start fighting before October 23, tell us who you’re most excited to play when the game launches!
An artificial-intelligence programmer and in-game combat designer have left Irrational Games to join Microsoft Game Studios five months before BioShock Infinite hits retail.
Supernatural assassins do whatever they want. That’s where action/stealth game Dishonored shines brightest … but it doesn’t quite pull off the perfect crime.
Films based on video games usually disappoint due to terrible casting choices. We provide a list of actors who are dead ringers for some of our favorite characters.
At EVO 2012, SuperBot Entertainment announced two new characters for their upcoming PlayStation-centric fighting game.
This gallery shows a dozen Lego models inspired by video games, which are a testament to the creativity of both the Lego and gaming communities, and a reminder of the versatility and power of the humble Lego brick.
Did you know that BioShock once took place in an underwater Nazi base? Or that Atlas originally had a southern accent? Discover other interesting facts about the popular shooter inside.
In recent years, developers and publishers have offered alternatives to “cat helmets” and night-vision goggles by giving away full versions of older games with the purchase of new ones.
Sony revealed Nathan Drake and BioShock’s Big Daddy as the two newest playable characters in PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale, the company’s crossover fighter, during its 2012 E3 press conference.
The following gallery is a selection of art by Ron Guyatt and Indy Lytle.
BioShock Infinite was the picked as the most anticipated game by the Game Critics Awards at last year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), but the game has been delayed until next year and won’t even be shown at this year’s trade show.