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Spooky ghosts were born in it.
From Software left fantasy for horror, and the results are mind-blowing.
BC continues his stroll down horror video game memory lane.
Good for FAR CRY; bad for Bigfoot.
Andrew finally reviews a game that made him yell at the screen a lot.
“I like space and I like you!”
Telltale continue to teach everyone else how licensed storytelling is done.
Terrible dialogue doesn’t sink Dontnod and Square Enix’s supernatural episodic game.
Big plant dicks. Big plant dicks everywhere.
Explosions, Rico Rodriguez, and the Prodigy announce Avalanche Studios' latest piece of chaotic ridiculousness.
Refugees from Rare are returning to their N64 platforming roots. Probably not on the N64, though.
The RPG giant's Austin studio will now focus on STAR WARS, DRAGON AGE, and MASS EFFECT instead.
A slow, thoughtful, human approach to video game warfare.
Unlocking your inner poet through a post-apocalyptic video game.
BC continues his trend of discussing the horror video games of yore.
Celebrating the best bits from a miserable shitsuck of a year.
An open-world marvel buried in bad writing, irritating gameplay and the Ubisoft Blight.
Making the other bastard die for his likeness rights.
This studio, man.
Some old ones, too.
BioWare outdo themselves with their most dauntingly enormous RPG yet.
The latest Telltale tale is funny, ambitious and better than the games upon which it’s based.
Read Andrew's review of the Native Alaskan game, and enter to win one of five copies of it.
Travel to Not-Nepal, meet a lot of new people, and kill them.
Video gaming's hottest voice actor returns.
Brian takes on another video game adaptation of a favorite horror film.
See the world premiere of Telltale Games' latest adventure, live in cinema.
Activision injects some much-needed fun into their cash cow's bones, but its brain is still paranoid and its heart still cold.
A glitch in the new game brings to mind angry Frenchmen taunting silly English ka-niggits.
In a good way. You know, one of those good hurt lockers.
Jude Law loses his virginity to the world's greatest game designer in David Cronenberg’s underappreciated 1999 film.
Andrew picks five independent games to watch, and only one of them is about a cute animal.
And kicks GamerGate's ass while doing it.
Read up on women in games, geek identification and Andrew's new hero-worshippee Randy Pitchford.
Andrew reports in on the gaming expo from next to a river in Melbourne.
Just when you think a meme has been run into the ground...
Andrew ventures to the world’s most liveable city, but only for a visit.
Pew pew pew!
Coming soon, to an Xbox near you!
Diary of a space trucker(‘s daughter (who is also a space trucker)).
Join the BAD community on Steam.
Some game developers decided GamerGate wasn't bad enough for the industry.
Orc blood comes in pints! And pints and pints and pints.
A beautiful, haunting, frustrating weird-fiction take on GONE HOME.
Of course it does.
Sadly, only legally.
Sarkeesian refuses to back down from #GamerHate and inspires us all.
But you can. (And you should, because it looks great.)
There’s something rotten deep within gaming culture. Andrew thinks it’s time we cut it out.
The new online RPG brings tabletop-style gaming to your screen, which may also be on top of a table.
No word yet on whether the Queen Silent Hill makes an appearance.
Play a game, help yourself, help your loved ones.
Indie gaming's finest and weirdest offerings come to the Highball and your sweaty fingers.
The market is now completely saturated with CREED.
At last, you too can experience the agony of thirsting to death in the desert.
Evan tried to play more video games.
Evan got to kick ass as Adam West in a video game.
It's probably a video game.
Shooting 18,000 jobs and most Xbox TV content full of holes.
Shooting 18,000 demons and most of Mars full of holes.
Do a quick survey instead of joining the "ending sucked" echo chamber.
Gearbox follow MOBA now.
Made a note in my diary on my way to the front. Simply says, "Bugger."
Depending almost 100% on your feelings towards rock operas.
The new game from the creator of the holographic video game in HER.
BC revisits the most successful slasher franchise adapted into a video game.
A Grammy-nominated video game composer has been penalized by the union for doing his job.
God damn ghost cop.
The four major publishers play it safe at the gaming industry's biggest trade show.
Doug Liman's film is based on no video games, and yet based on all video games.
Ubisoft's new IP might be really good someday. But today is not that day.
This is a good thing.
Unless you still are, in which case you probably shouldn't be playing it.
The director is working on the script with star Tom Hardy.
The most emotionally moving video game ever to feature Moon Nazis.
The BASTION followup has intriguing characters, great gameplay and a murky story.
BC takes a look at the latest installment of Telltale's WALKING DEAD gaming series.
And there was much rejoicing.
The crowdfunded doc has a lot to say in its hourlong runtime.
The words "You Died" start to look weird when you see them this often.
Yo dawg, we heard you liked misanthropic views of the future.
But it does belong in Guy Cotten yachtwear.
Also, a tricycle.
More like one and a half miles when you factor in the zig-zagging.
Finally, a game that mixes sports, friendship and THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE.
Online-gaming reputation systems give cheaters and griefers a taste of their own medicine.
Which will be crowned Goat GOTY?
HE CAN'T SEE WITHOUT HIS GLASSES!
The developers of the much-copied mobile hit lay out their entire creative process.
He's mostly sick of games with colons in their titles.
To be set during something called the France Dance Revolution.
Not that kind of bear.
Stompy mechs and jumpy pilots high-five over CALL OF DUTY's corpse.