We don’t really have to bring every series over to the new consoles, do we? Here are the ones we’d leave behind.
A look back at how some of the digital people we’ve met over the past eight years have evolved and the wisdom they have for us.
Get the scoop on which video game book adaptations you should be reading over the remainder of summer.
Find out how Tomb Raider impressed one player with its pure, unadulterated fun factor.
Main characters Isaac Clarke and John Carver return in this disturbing epilogue to Dead Space 3.
Required Listening is a new monthly feature celebrating game music and the people who create it. This month we look at Fire Emblem: Awakening, Aliens: Colonial Marines, Dead Space 3, and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance and discuss the emotional inspiration for the new Tomb Raider score with composer Jason Graves.
Dead Space 3 hasn’t garnered the overwhelmingly positive critical reception of its predecessors, but that has very little to do with the game itself.
Games like Dead Space and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 drew inspiration from the unlikeliest places.
You probably don’t spend a lot of time enjoying the artistic merits of Dead Space since everything’s constantly trying to kill you, but you should. Take a deep breath, calm down, and enjoy a few (non-gory) concept pieces from The Art of Dead Space.
Here’s what we think about the first four chapters of Visceral Games’ Dead Space 3 and its co-op.
While Mass Effect 3: Omega has its good, trigger-happy moments, it doesn’t bring enough of the saga’s signature storytelling to the forefront.
With Electronic Arts’ new online stores comes a better commitment to its brands and customers.
Dead Space fans can look forward to more limb-cutting and space-themed scares. EA has confirmed that the will release a new title in the popular survival horror series during the 2013 fiscal year, which ends March 2013.
Great games immerse players in fantastical worlds and adventures so extravagant, you actually wish they were real. But what if video game characters crossed over to our reality instead?
As part of VentureBeat’s Modern Warfare 3 coverage leading up to our definitive review and the game’s release on Nov. 8, I had the chance to sit down with three of the pivotal members of the Call of Duty team to discuss the upcoming game, complain about Veteran difficulty, and talk about developer Infinity Ward’s take on Nazi zombies.