Interestingly, we're also heading to a new moment in history.
His name is John! And he is funky!
Naughty Dog programmer extraordinaire and noted cowboy John Bellomy holds forth on video gaming and fatherhood in 2012.
In today's penultimate array of awards, downloadable games TAKE OVER THE WORLD while big ol' triple-A retail games are saaaaaaad.
We bend the rules for the Boss of Bosses, who distills his favorite games of 2012 down to a succinct list of five for us.
This week, we've got a controversial take on Halo 4, a web browser game that doesn't suck, a fan who's trying to remake Aliens vs. Predator, and your usual assortment of links to fill the weekend.
Season pass pricing, which includes five pieces of content, also revealed.
23 games are headed for a November 18 release date, while a whole bunch more will be coming during that nebulous "launch window" period.
We go hands-on with both of Ubisoft's 2012 Assassin's Creed entries for the first time.
Company finally responds to endless condemnation of its DRM policies.
What we're hearing while poking around the show floor and playing games.
Okay, so the press conference was a complete debacle, but there were games! Great ones, even!
After everybody already pretty much leaked the setting and protagonist of the publisher's latest time-travelling murder simulator, Ubisoft just reveals it all official like.
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