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How 13 years changed the language and culture of Dragon Quest games

11 days 13 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "Since Square Enix released Dragon Quest VII for 3DS in Japan last year, fans have been waiting not so patiently for the classic... | Interview | Wii U


10 of the best console games you’ll probably never get to play

25 days 17 hours ago - The years 1977 through 1987 were a decade of now dusty old consoles: the Atari 2600, the Vectrex, and the ColecoVision are just a few. If you haven... | Article | Arcade


Destiny -- Here’s what happens when a noob and a multiplayer hater play Bungie’s online shooter

43 days 23 hours ago - What if you’re not good at shooters or you don’t play well with others? Can you still enjoy the persistently multiplayer universe that Bungie has c... | Opinion piece | Xbox 360


Valiant Hearts: The Great War reframes history’s brutal moments in cartoon violence | GamesBeat

127 days 20 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "History was always my least favorite subject in school. Facts and dates bore me, so when Ubisoft Montpellier’s Valiant Hearts: T... | Review | PC


Win Outlast and Whistleblower Codes!

Now - It's no trick, Outlast 2 is in the works - and to celebrate Red Barrels has given us Outlast and Whistleblower treats! | Promoted post

The Mary Sue | Review: Mario Kart 8 Turns the Kart-Racing World Upside Down

153 days 18 hours ago - The Mary Sue writes, "Mario Kart is the king of the kart racer. My problem is, it’s held that throne for a long, long time, and kings can get lazy." | Review | Wii U


Deception IV: Blood Ties is sadistic cruelty, but not just for your victims (review) | GamesBeat

218 days 19 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "The Deception series is all about one thing: pain, and lots of it. Only I’m not so sure anyone deserves this much agony. Dece... | Review | PS3


What one studio says the media, gamers, and developers get wrong about Steam’s Early Access

218 days 19 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "Steam’s Early Access is a bit of a mystery. Players know it enables them to try out upcoming PC and Mac games before they launch... | Interview | PC


Empathy game Thralled explores slavery through love and motherhood, not violence

224 days 16 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "Slavery isn’t a new topic. We’ve read about it in books and watched countless films on it — 12 Years a Slave was a three-time Os... | Interview | Android


Flappy is a toy-controlled game of Flappy Bird that you can throw in frustration

233 days 15 hours ago - "Flappy Bird is no longer just a two-dimensional sprite. It’s now a plush toy that you can use to play the hit mobile game that disappeared from ap... | News | iPhone


TowerFall: Ascension rises up as the Super Smash Bros. of indies (review) | GamesBeat

234 days 14 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "The best games can make people of any skill level crowd around a television and lose themselves for hours. One of them is Super... | Review | PC


Take my ax — and my broom: How creative weapons improve video games

243 days 20 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "Swords and guns. It’s hard to find a game without one or the other. But some developers are thinking a little harder about how w... | Interview | PC


Weapon Shop de Omasse turns blacksmithing into an amateur comedy routine (review) | GamesBeat

251 days 18 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "Developer Level-5 struck hammer to gold with its idea for a “comedy” role-playing game where players are the humble merchant, no... | Review | 3DS


99 Levels to Hell is Spelunky meets Bubble Bobble in a total bloodbath

253 days 13 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "Imagine the popular indie platformer Spelunky, only bloodier. Or Bubble Bobble with guns. That’s designer Bo Blond Daugaard’s... | Interview | PC


Couch play: Why developers are championing for more local multiplayer games

263 days 13 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "These days, finding someone to play games with is easy. All you have to do is sign in — to Steam, to the PlayStation Network, to... | Interview | PC


Blind, disabled, and gay: How one game journalist deals with barriers and prejudice (interview)

266 days 20 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "Robert Kingett is a game journalist. He’s also fully blind in one eye, suffers from cerebral palsy, stutters, and is gay. That c... | Interview | Tech


Bodycheck isn’t a sports game for sports haters — it’s action for everyone

278 days 20 hours ago - Bodycheck (the PS Vita sports game "for people who don't necessarily like sports") is like medieval football with magic — and that’s only the gist... | Interview | PS Vita


The 20 coolest ways Wii Fit U makes you less of a couch potato

285 days 20 hours ago - GamesBeat writes, "The ultimate threat to Wii Fit U is … cookies. Delicious, fattening holiday cookies. I thought I’d test how well Nintendo’s late... | Opinion piece | Wii U


The best games of 2013 (GamesBeat staff picks)

302 days 19 hours ago - The Last of Us. BioShock: Infinite. Tomb Raider. These are a handful of the best-reviewed and highest-rated video games of 2013. But you won’t find... | Opinion piece | PC


Republique: Episode 1 nails a Big Brother vibe but struggles with repetitive stealth-action (review)

314 days 18 hours ago - Big-budget graphics and an ambitious story carve out Republique’s three-hour first episode (part one of five), “Exordium,” but it seems touch contr... | Review | PC


Cut the Rope 2 introduces fun new friends but feeds Om Nom the same old candy (review) | GamesBeat

314 days 19 hours ago - Aside from introducing some fresh new faces, it doesn’t feel like much of a sequel — at least, not enough of one to warrant the special number in t... | Review | iPhone


Get paid to review products

Now - Join the finest minds in consumer research and change the world one product at a time. Share your unique opinion and get paid for it! Participation... | Promoted post
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