The video game industry always moves forward, striving to do more. The games we played in 2012 impressed and surprised us with the risks they took and gave us great hopes for what comes next.
Minority Media’s debut game, Papo & Yo, is an exotic trip into an imaginative but fundamentally unsteady world.
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.
If you were looking for more evidence that everything is a remix, we’ve found it.
Copenhagen-based developer Playdead announced the U.S. release of its boxed edition of 2010′s creepy 2D puzzle-platformer Limbo today.
The fifth incarnation of the Humble Indie Bundle, a pay-what-you-want collection of games that sends a portion of its proceeds to charity, has received $4 million dollars in contributions during its first week.
If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best games stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.
The Humble Indie Bundle, the pay-what-you-want indie-gamestravaganza, is back with its fifth offering, and this one includes its highest-profile titles to date.
The Nordic Game Project is incredibly important to gamers around the world. Without it, games like Limbo, Ilomilo, and Amnesia might not exist.
Timeline cover images featuring indie and artistic games like Limbo, Fez, and Minecraft to decorate your Facebook profile.
While developers referencing other companies’ games is nothing new, a few game makers have gone all-out with their nods to other titles.
Roger Ebert has spoken out against games being considered an art form. Most gamers will tell you that Ebert doesn’t know what he’s talking about. But what if he’s right? Here are five reasons why it doesn’t matter if games are art.
In just 24 hours, Polytron Corporations’ pixelated platformer has sold almost 20,000 copies. This places it among some of Xbox Live Arcade’s quickest selling titles.