Outside dev concludes classic 2D series with stealth, terror, and "seek action" mastery.
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Halo Infinite's multiplayer is an excellent sign of what's to come this December and it's shaping up to be something truly special – the campaign just needs to match it.
Almost 3 years of DLC additions end with a little Disney-Final Fantasy magic.
The console's system-bricking CMOS issue is no more. Will the PS3 be next?
While it's good that the issue is fixed for PS4 consoles, something more needs to be done. Manufacturers shouldn't be able to make their systems reliant on an online service and then discontinue that service. Forced obsolescence is extremely anti-consumer
The story behind the Halo franchise as it's never been told—by the key individuals that made it.
If Nintendo wants to keep the Metroid franchise alive and vibrant, it needs to start thinking more like indie developers.
With 2D Metroid returning, Nintendo's longtime Metroid director and producer discusses the hurdles the team faced in making Metroid Dread.
Preorders kick off on July 16, but you'll need an older Steam account.
I really hope this does well. I'd love a portable gaming machine without having to deal with Nintendo's hamstringing. And running a Linux-based OS is an added bonus
Valve revealed the Steam Deck, the first non-Nintendo handheld since the ill-fated PlayStation Vita was released in 2013.
PS3 and Vita stores will remain available, but PSP will sunset as planned.
We don't need it, but here's more evidence that digital-only media is a bad idea. When people talk about the all-streaming future for gaming, this is why I dread it.
It’s almost been a decade since Bastion first came out. Find out how this little gem put the indie studio on the map.