Any potential power gap between consoles and PCs won't matter because people are more interested in what games a platform has to offer.
The developers want you to feel certain emotions when playing Rain. The same ones you probably felt while playing Journey.
Visual mastermind Matt Nava started Giant Squid, where he'll work with Journey's composer and Flow's designer.
The PlayStation 4 is the perfect chance for developers to start changing their depictions of minorities, who represent a considerable share of audiences.
Editor's Pick The game became the bestselling PlayStation Network game of all time, but the team fragmented after it was done.
Guest Post StartupBus is a hack week with a twist: you board a bus filled with strangers, and 1800 miles later, you're expected to demo a product to roomful of influential investors and journalists.
What's everybody waiting for? We polled some of the most famous names in the game industry to find out about their most anticipated titles of 2013.
Video games have become more than just entertainment. They are experiences.
The carrot of encouraging more creativity will work better than the stick of banning violent video games.
The Buddhist experiments with non-linear narrative in games and teaches players about being too goal driven.
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This was an outstanding year for game soundtracks. Whether chiptune or orchestral, the top 10 soundtracks of the year are beautiful and moving in vastly different ways.
Think originality in gaming is dead? Here are five titles that prove you wrong.
We pick the year's best games from independent developers.
The Walking Dead may be GamesBeat's Game of the Year for 2012, but here's the other titles our staff picked as contenders for the crown.
Composer Austin Wintory was just happy to win for the musical score to Journey.
Editor's Pick Journey's Grammy-winning composer Austin Wintory is working on the music for the adult-humor adventure game.
Everyone has a list of really important games they just haven't played, so we tricked some of the most influential people in the industry into revealing their piles of shame.
The musical album was once only available for download on iTunes and PlayStation Network but the creators are releasing it in as a physical disc for the first time this November.
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