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Six Quiet Moments in Action Games

As I look back on my time with BioShock Infinite, I can't help but gravitate towards the brief moments of calm amidst the raging storms of Columbia. I don't dwell on the countless men I butchered with my Sky-Hook, set ablaze with Vigors, or picked clean using a swarm of crows. Instead, I remember the endless minutes I spent aimlessly ...

BioShock Infinite is the top seller in the U.S. for March 2013

As many expected,BioShock Infinite led the U.S. game industry in sales for March 2013. It was predicted by many analysts leading up to the NPD Group's reveal yesterday that Irrational Games' first-person shooter would be the month's best-seller. And it's true. No specific numbers were mentioned, although NPD Group noted, "Two strong launches for the month included Tomb Raider and BioShock ...

Slender: The Arrival Review

The survival horror genre gets another gem in the form of Slender: The Arrival, one of the most terrifying games in recent memory. The Good Impeccable atmosphere Genuine psychological horror Creative presentation ...

PlayStation Perspective #1: Is Syphon Filter Dead?

PlayStation Perspective is a weekly series that will deal with topics relevant to the hardcore PlayStation community. Please read, leave your comments, share it with your PlayStation-loving friends, and enjoy! Sony owns a dozen studios, and most of these development houses have a set identity. Naughty Dog is known for perhaps the most polished triple-A titles in all of console gaming. ...

Today's top 10 tweets from the gaming industry – 5/1/13

What did you miss about video games today? What were some of the gaming industry's most popular people tweeting about? I'll give you 10 tweets I found awesome, informative, weird, funny, stupid, or whatever, and then I'll give some commentary on it. Today, Netflix announced they're not renewing over 1,700 movies andCuriosity got the better of us. C’mon, @netflix. There is no ...

Morhaime: The time is right to level-up StarCraft II as an eSport.

Blizzard cofounder Mike Morhaime says StarCraft II growth outside Korea has been a 'big surprise.' Blizzard cofounder Mike Morhaime believes that the time is right to level-up StarCraft II as an eSport. In a new interview with GameSpot, the industry veteran detailed the new system for the World Championship Series, how StarCraft II's growth outside of Korea ...

Dead Island Devs Announce Hellraid for 360, PS3 and PC

Techland, the studio that's made games like Dead Island and Call of Juarez, has announced platforms and given their previously named 'Project Hell' an official title. Now called Hellraid, it's described as a 'first-person co-op slasher,' Hellraid will have both a single player campaign and a multiplayer mode where you, 'destroy the denizens of hell and compete with your friends ...
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