LEGO is way, way more than just a toy
The Xbox One will require an online connection to play single player games, and Microsoft is being cagey about used games.
As the big game releases slow down until the debut of the new consoles and the holiday season, Tyler made the time to revisit some games he never finished. One of those games was L.A. Noire.
Valve adds Oculus Rift support to its popular shooter and releases a Linux version of the game.
Precursor Games is developing a spiritual successor to Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem.
Tyler disobeys the rules and finds a way to appreciate the beauty of games.
Rowan Kaiser is writing a critical book about the Mass Effect trilogy. Tyler asked him some questions about his writing background and how he’ll tackle such a lengthy and complex series of games.
Like Dark Souls, Rainbow Six: Vegas 2’s Terrorist Hunt mode will punish you until you’ve learned how to handle each situation.
Monaco will be delayed to a later date on the Xbox 360.
The remaining THQ franchises have found their buyers.
With the help of Dishonored, Tyler is finally able to play a genre of games he’s wanted to like for a long time.
The Night of the Rabbit is a strange adventure game, and that’s exactly how Tyler likes them.
In his brand new column, Tyler discusses why he thinks BioShock Infinite’s violence is important to the game.
LucasArts is no longer developer games, transitioning to a licensor for third-party development.
Corporate restructuring costs employees their jobs at Activision and Square Enix.
Capcom reaches into my childhood, Deus Ex Wii U fixed problems, and Diablo 3 goes offline.