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.
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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.
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.
One writer discusses his uncomfortable relationship with video game violence.
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.
Gamers could be playing the next Grand Theft Auto by next spring, analysts agree.
Free swag is the universal language of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, and free t-shirts live at the apex of Swag Mountain. So here’s the best of what we saw at (or took home from) E3 2012.
Publisher 2K Games wasn’t afraid to take up a huge portion of the PAX East show floor with its four big titles. Spec Ops: The Line is probably the lowest profile of those games, but it shouldn’t be overlooked. With an intriguing narrative and satisfying shooting mechanics, The Line has a lot of potential.
Take-Two Interactive Software reported a big drop in earnings due in large part because of the delay of its major video game, Max Payne 3. The earnings decline was in line with the expectations of analysts, who had been forewarned, but revenues fell short of expectations.