No Man’s Sky isn’t the first game to use procedural generation, but boy, does it look good.
We don’t really have to bring every series over to the new consoles, do we? Here are the ones we’d leave behind.
The new Call of Duty steals the story of the 2011 first-person shooter Homefront and, in part, the movie that inspired it.
Let’s take a look at ten RPGs (and five honorable mentions) that came out for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii.
Guest Post But is cloud gaming for Android even possible?
Editor’s Pick GamesBeat’s editor-in-chief compares the two consoles in a few categories that matter the most.
Seventeen years later and without any remakes or HD enhancements, what is it that makes the original Crash Bandicoot series such a still-beloved trilogy?
Is the PlayStation Vita doomed, or can it make a comeback as an even stronger gaming device?
We asked our readers and a couple of developers about whether or not we should care about characters like Michael, Trevor, and Franklin.
Editor’s Pick My first time wasn’t magical. It sucked.
Don’t buy into the next-generation of consoles just yet. Waiting could save you a ton of trouble.
In celebration of Halloween, the GamesBeat writers and editors pick the moments that chilled them the most over the years.
A few shots of vintage horror, from Alien to Elvira.
Guest Post Jeff Karp is the executive vice president of mobile and social games at GSN Games.
We need more games that dare to explore difficult subjects.
Remember, Pokémon have feelings … even if some of them are garbage, key rings, or modern appliances.
A book about video game history doesn’t have to be a boring read.
If Pokémon is for kids, then why do we keep playing it?
Rune Factory 4 is a little bit of everything you already love.
Video games have given us some amazing stories this generation. Now’s the perfect time to remember them as we anticipate the next wave of consoles.
From a launch title like Perfect Dark Zero to the recent Fuse, these are the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 games that no one else will bother talking about.
Despite its infamous reputation, the Ouya is a great system well worth its price.
This list of public relations tactics can help indie developers market their games without having to break the bank.
Who would have thought a tale of monster attacks could be so touching?
Resident Evil 6 holds a secret message for those who can see the truth in its hallways.
Editor’s Pick Step away from Los Santos and play these games to wipe the slate clean.
One day’s stay in Los Santos is worth a lifetime.
Technology has changed over the years, and the merging of touch and button controls makes a lot of sense today.
The X-Files: Resist or Serve is a forgotten horror game that deserves more attention.
Editor’s Pick Can LoLGuides’ Summoner School help struggling players win at League of Legends?
What happens when video games remind us of real life in unexpected ways.
The Steam Machine makes sense, and its reveal has come at the perfect time as the next generation of gaming is set to truly begin.
Grand Theft Auto sells big by defying tropes of do-good morality. Why do we shell out so much to be the bad guy? In video games, the line between villainy and heroism is a lot thinner than you think.
Reports of a near even male/female split in the video game audience may be misleading.
The concept of “the classics” changes with each new generation.
Everybody wants great story and characters, but let’s not forget about the gameplay.
The creator of Mega Man has Kickstarted a game that looks and sounds an awful lot like the very thing he’s spent years criticizing Japanese developers for making.
League of Legends and Dota 2 aren’t the only MOBA games out there. Here’s a list of some interesting alternatives.
Guest Post Raf Keustermans, CEO and co-founder of Plumbee, a social casino games company based in London, talks about the role of stickiness and what you need to do to keep your audience engaged in your game.
Blizzard’s new digital card game is an addicting experience free of paper cuts and heavy binders.