Kim Swift has gone from Portal to Quantum Conundrum and now to something new on Ouya.
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 new physics puzzler from Kim Swift and her team at Airtight Games is an inspired and pleasant experience with a few flaws and several moments of brilliance.
We’ve corralled the entirety of our E3 2012 coverage from the showfloors, meeting rooms, conference halls, and beyond. If you missed out — or need a refresher — on GamesBeat’s E3 coverage, take a look here!
Editor’s Pick Here is our Game of the Show for E3 2012, the industry trade show, along with individual staff picks.
If you’re looking to catch up with the day’s E3 news, be sure to check out the GamesBeat E3 Roundup each day of the show.
Portal creator Kim Swift wants the world to be full of physics-based puzzl games.
Quantum Conundrum is a zany take on the physics-based puzzle genre that Kim Swift created with Portal. Here, Swift tries to outdo herself.
GamesBeat’s Dean Takahashi sits down with Mike Fischer, head of North American operations for Square Enix, who says that Activision was crazy to let True Crime: Hong Kong go. Square Enix is publishing that game as Sleeping Dogs
Earlier this month, VentureBeat published a list of 10 of the most anticipated video games of 2012. Some of you had plenty to say about our picks, especially the fact that most of them were sequels. With many established franchises moving to a yearly release schedule, one might start to wonder where all the originality in gaming has gone.