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The new D&D is a killer RPG

November 4, 2014   ·   0 Comments

Most of the time video game websites start talking about Dungeons & Dragons, it’s as a history lesson. “Lookit the little maps and miniatures! That’s ...

Nintendo explains why it isn't selling New 3DS in US or Europe… yet

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Zuckerberg reveals Facebook's high hopes for Oculus Rift

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Call of Duty, a dictator, and Rudy Giuliani star in a tasteless press campaign

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PS4 Share Play is a return to truly social gaming for the internet era

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Xbox One $50 discount heats up the holiday season

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Boss Fight Books Kickstarts its second season of in-depth games writing

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As MMORPGs falter, Destiny and its ilk take off

It’s been a rough few months for massively multiplayer online role-playing games. An anonymous source reportedly told Polygon that as many as 60 positions were cut from ...

Bayonetta: Bloody Fate brings the badass witch to life in anime

One of the things that fans of Bayonetta love the most about the series is the cheeky nods to Japanese animation tropes and style. Given ...

Far Cry 4 dev says linear games "will suffer" in streaming world

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Nintendo looks outside Japan for next system's leadership

Nintendo is looking to hire a lead graphics architect for its Washington-based Nintendo Technology Development office. Of course, the fact that Nintendo is hiring up for “future ...

Valve co-founder gets death threat from developer, but who is really to blame?

Death threats are a distressingly common occurrence in the games industry. But it’s not every day that a developer threatens to kill Valve co-founder Gabe ...

That's a tough act to follow: Jade Raymond leaves Ubisoft

Jade Raymond has left Ubisoft after ten years overseeing some of its most successful studios and franchises, and with her goes one of the best-known ...

Gaze in awe at gorgeous pixels in Ethereal

You know I’m a sucker for pixel art, especially when it combines a 16-bit aesthetic with the extra-smooth animations of the 32-bit era. And that’s ...

Dreamcast, Saturn, and Mega Drive as high school girls?

If you were a hardcore Sega fan in the ’90s, you likely played your share of oddball Japanese games like Space Channel 5 and Magic ...

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