No Man’s Sky, Everyone’s Adventure

The limitless destinations in No Man’s Sky leave a lot to the imagination. Is Hello Games trying to prove that digital space is the real final frontier?

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Our War, Not Theirs: Who is ‘Warcraft’ For?

Warcraft is finally in theaters! After seeing it, we look into why it may set the standard for video game movies henceforth.

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Gaming Online Only Means So Much

Playing video games over the internet has never been more accessible. How does that shape the creation of today’s games?

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When Myth Returns to Reality

What’s old is new again, and what’s new is somehow already looking like a classic. The Force is strong in this one.

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Every Gamer’s New Life In The Sandbox

So much room for activities! Open World games are extremely popular these days. What does that mean for the future of video game storytelling?

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Welcome to The Future!

Where we’re going, we still need roads. But, that doesn’t make the future any less sweet.

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Five Games to Relax By

Gaming can be stressful! What with the failed missions and the repeated attempts and the twitchy situations. Sometimes, all that battle and war leaves me more negatively worked up than when I began my session – which defeats the purpose. Here are some games I’ve turned to for a gaming night of guaranteed good vibes. […]

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Open Letter

I write you all in hopes of changing your position on purchasing NHL ’14 when it comes out on September 10th, 2013.

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Retroreview: Jaws

This shark, swallow you whole.

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Surviving (Or Not) in DayZ

Think you’re cut out for survival in the zombie apocalypse? Now’s your chance to find out.

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Indie Game: The Movie: The Breakdown

Take a look into the lives of the developers who brought you Super Meat Boy, Fez, and Braid.

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With Raised Arms and White Flags

Mass Effect 3’s ending has been the cause some serious waves in the gaming industry. The responses from both ends have big implications.

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