Doesn’t appear to be much more than stability tweaks, not new features.
This has not exactly been a banner year for Hitman related marketing, has it?
It appears progress is being made on Skyrim's tech issues on PS3.
A big ol' installment of Worth Reading after a one-week break that includes the most realistic toilet simulator you've ever played, butts, stories to make you cry, thoughtful pieces on #1reasonwhy, and an assortment of other nonsense.
Pac-Man, Passage, Myst, Portal amongst first 14 games in museum’s lineup.
Get a whole slew of really terrific games for whatever you want to pay.
Local co-op, new visuals, yet another expansion planned for "Rebirth."
Some thoughts on the fiery discussion prompted at Giant Bomb and elsewhere by a Twitter hashtag meant to raise awareness of sexism in the video game industry.
Bungie acknowledges the leak, but not specifics on what might be true.
Priced at $99.99, it can't connect to the Internet or play GameCube games.
It's easier to keep quiet about the industry's problems, but that doesn't change anything.
1.2 million total pieces of gaming hardware were sold by the company over the last week, including around 400,000 Wii Us.
Get in on the Giant Bomb beta next month at a lower price.
A few thoughts on Wii U just days from its launch, pondering the impact of YouTube broadcasters on games writers, and your regular assortment of games, articles, and random links.
In 1984, Adam Lisagor played Karateka on his Apple ][, and fell in love. In 2012, he stood next to its creator and helped make its revival a reality.
TVii? Nope. Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix video streaming? Nuh-uh. Games? There are still games? PHEW!
It's all led to this moment, and soon we'll have our (likely bloody) answers.
Comedy! Crime! Explosions! Yep, it sure is a Grand Theft Auto game. Not that anyone's complaining.
Nick Herman and Gary Whitta discuss the creative choices behind the monstrous choices presented to players in The Walking Dead's last epsiode, and the surprising ways players responded.
Second in the trilogy of games planned for Blizzard’s RTS coming together.
Sony making a full court press with its upcoming 2.0 firmware update.
Satellite studio is also taking advantage of DICE’s Frostbite 2 engine.
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.
All unsold copies of Too Human and X-Men: Destiny to be destroyed, so better get 'em while they're hot! Or, you know...not...
The reason to buy a Move controller is slowly but surely coming to a PlayStation near you. Maybe.
Perhaps taking a cue from its own DLC, GTA V will have three protagonists.
Nintendo watched what its users did with Friend Codes, changed course.
After a long-fought campaign, our national nightmare is finally over.
And the company doesn't sound like it's in very good financial shape, either.
Designers behind some of this year's political games explain how their own views impact game development, and we ask a group of conservatives to play a (gasp) liberal-leaning video game.
It's been a busy couple of days, so a slightly-less-hefty collection of stuff for you to click on this weekend. Click away!
Pulp Fiction and Silent Hill scribe Roger Avary helping to bring the classic first-person franchise to film.
Funcom licensing the rights to a sequel, while it focuses on The Secret World.
The architects of the disastrous $75 million state loan to the doomed developer now being sued by the state.
Tokyo Jungle game director Yohei Kataoka reflects on what just might be 2012's most surprising game, and how the reaction of fans completely changed it.
Every 500 points, you get $5 to spend on the eShop (if you bought deluxe).
No mention of a PC release, despite pattern of recent Rockstar PC ports.
A few thoughts on this week's journo drama, and a graphic we spent all week on. Plus, a large helping of games, stories, videos, and links to a bunch of ridiculousness.
That won't be the first DLC, which is focused on a series of challenges.
id Software unable to say how this issue might be fixed, but apparently it will.
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