In part four of our rundown of the funniest fake awards in games, we honor the achievements that reference movies, people, and other games.
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.
Consumer-information-tracking firm Nielsen researched customer anticipation for games this holiday and found that we just want more of the same.
Lionhead Studios is already working on its next games, but it will have a few less lion heads on the job.
Fable: The Journey is a true successor to the Fable franchise, including deep story, true humor, tense action, and a surprisingly playable motion-control scheme.
We analyzed over 16,000 comments on the NeoGAF forums to see how gamers reacted to Microsoft's E3 2012 press conference.
With publishers showing so many games in such close proximity, the Electronic Entertainment Expo is a great place to discover the directions that developers are taking the entire industry for the next year and beyond. Inside are eight trends that GamesBeat's writers noticed during the annual trade show.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo is so exciting that people can't help but put their hands in the air.
But like Juliet once said, what's in a name? Fun is fun no matter what they call it, and Fable Heroes is a pretty good time. It's a cooperative game but only up to a point. A lot of players will recall The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures, another "co-op" experience that cheerfully rewards the selfish, greedy, and mean. Four friends can get their ten bucks worth of fun here so long as they don’t end up at each other’s throats before it’s over.
Peter Molyneux, one of the most recognizable names in the video game industry, has announced that he will be leaving Lionhead Studios, the company he founded 15 years ago.
Taking his place will be the studio co-founder Mark Webley. Molyneux …
Game designer Peter Molyneux discusses in detail how the latest Fable will use the Xbox 360's Kinect in never-before-seen ways...and why he stores his iPad in his underwear (seriously).