Game critic Brendan Keogh was struck by the messages embedded in Spec Ops: The Line, so he started writing about it. 50,000 words later, he had the book "Killing is Harmless: A Critical Reading of Spec Ops: The Line."
We get Supergiant's Greg Kasavin to spill his Soviet secrets concerning his favorite games of 2012.
Today's Game of the Year feature includes probably the first award we've ever given to a Flash game. Wait, what?
Comic-book and video-game writer Brian Reed flexes his craft for us with his 10 favorite games of 2012.
Spec Ops: The Line's lead writer, Walt Williams, on this summer's biggest surprise, one asking some heavy questions about the nature of the medium.
The return of Worth Reading, in which we discover a video game can be terrifying enough to scare you in the middle of the day. Apparently.
Jeff Gerstmann didn't give the order to open fire on those civilians, you monster!
Seemingly lost in the desert for a year and a half, 2K and Yager's apocalyptic shooter reemerges with intriguing ideas.
Spec Ops: The Line coming before next holiday, and BioShock Infinite remains on track.
You won't be playing the Spec Ops reboot ANYTIME soon.
War really is hell, and here's one shooter that seems unafraid to say so.
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