Archive for August, 2013

  • Transformers: Fall Of Cybertron

    Transformers: Fall Of Cybertron—Metroplex Heeds The Call

    A city-sized ally gets a little help from his little friends.

  • Cole Slaw

    Sore Loser

    Second place isn’t an option in Cole Slaw.

  • Eddie Murphy

    Sony accidentally leaked Grand Theft Auto V’s soundtrack, and it’s phenomenal

    Some enterprising Grand Theft Auto fans spent their weekend combing through more than 20 hours of leaked audio containing the music that will appear across Grand Theft Auto V’s many radio stations. While Rockstar, the game’s developer, has yet to confirm whether or not this leaked list of songs is accurate, Sony has apologized for […]

  • Zero-Sum Gamescom

    The PlayStation 4 gets a release date, the Xbox One gets Peggle 2, and you get the ability to return digital games (on Origin).

  • The Bureau

    Enemy Mine

    The Bureau: XCOM Declassified is undone by its own sparse mythology.

  • Lode Runner

    83 Skidoo

    Highlights from the week’s comment threads.

  • DOT Space Hero

    Space Case

    DOT Space Hero is an accident-prone child’s vision of the great unknown.

  • Calista Brill

    Calista Brill, graphic novel editor

    A comics editor from First Second Books shares her heroic effort to curb a Plants Vs. Zombies habit.

  • XCVB

    Cognitive Dissonance

    Your brain is your own worst enemy in XCVB.

  • Game That Tune: Surgeon Simulator 2013

    Have A Heart

    The sounds of Surgeon Simulator 2013 are pulse-pounding.

  • The Binding Of Isaac Rebirth

    New trailer depicts The Binding Of Isaac in horrific rubber puppets

    Yesterday, we brought you three trailers for promising games showed off by Sony at the Gamescom expo. However, there was another teaser for a game in Sony’s lineup that is in its own class. The Binding Of Isaac: Rebirth, a new edition of the beloved toddler dungeon crawl game for PlayStation 4, Vita, and PC, […]

  • I, Robot arcade game

    What crash?: 9 influential and groundbreaking games from 1983

    High points of game art from a low point of game commerce.

  • Murasaki Baby

    The most interesting trailers from Sony’s Gamescom 2013 presentation

    Yesterday’s Sony presentation at Gamescom, the European games convention, wasn’t entirely bluster and stalling for an hour and a half before announcing the PlayStation 4’s release date. Sony also unveiled some cool-looking games with some cool-looking trailers. Here are the three that caught my eye: Rime Tequila Works, the developer behind Rime, didn’t hit it […]