Lead designer Nels Anderson explains why the studio is giving the Criterion treatment to its celebrated stealth game. A new level, more items, and roughly 15,000 words of behind-the-scenes commentary.
Dust: An Elysian Tail was Dean Dodrill's one-man show until it became clear the story needed something more. How a simple story about a quest for redemption became a complex morality tale about life, death, and genocide.
Unclear if it's a remake, reboot, or just a port, but apparently the CGI is back.
It's much more than a 2D version of Minecraft, and it's escaping the PC realm.
With episode three finally coming out, we continue our conversation with Telltale Games about the design decisions behind episode two's big choices.
It's out everywhere else on Wednesday. Horray!
The developer says the costs associated with releasing another patch via Xbox Live were just too great, so what you've got is what you've got.
Kim Swift's next game will arrive a few weeks later on consoles.
Trials Evolution's day-one records didn't last very long.
The lengthy development of Fez has come to a close.
Not sure about calling this set round of games "Arcade Next," though.
The developer still hasn't seen the list of unacceptable words from Microsoft, but a solution is apparently coming.
You know, I'll have to think about my answer to that one for a while.
Celebration of all things Minecraft in Sin City to debut new version of the game.
And by Trenched, of course, we mean Iron Brigade, the new worldwide name for Trenched.
Probably worth paying the $10 just for the karaoke mode.
A few more months until our brains melt into pixelated oblivion.
Another beloved Treasure shooter is almost ready for its revamped release.
Xbox Europe boss tells Eurogamer why platform parity or exclusivity are the only ways Microsoft will play.
The first three Mortal Kombat games get bundled up digitally next week.
Trademark holders allege Microsoft wasn't very communicative during the process.
The spiritual successor to Advance Wars is coming before the end of the year.
Decision to become free-to-play may have played a role.
Because a friend who can't platform well isn't a friend at all.
Oh man, let the hat collecting...begin.
If you're desperate for more bullet hell, Cave and Microsoft have a solution.
Years after launching a platform for independent developers, they can finally control release dates.
Fortunately, the filtered art can be changed with a toggle.
PC owners, however, are left out in the cold.
This just in: Microsoft to rent out the Staples Center for one night only.
A better way to browse is coming--and soon.
Also, here's what else is hitting XBLM this week.
Earthworm Jim HD is coming soon!
Snoopy Flying Ace debuts, movie-games' prices are slashed, and the second Modern Warfare 2 map pack hits.
"Over 1,000 games" to be added to Microsoft's new classic game portal over the next three years.
Here's an interesting little game currently being developed on Microsoft's XNA platform.
If you smuggle your Xbox into a coffee store so you can download this game over their Internet connection while no one is looking... youmightbearedneck?
Microsoft announces the results of an Xbox Live poll on the issues as the presidential elections draw near.
Those of you who have been standing on the drool-slick precipice of excitement can get down from there--Penny Arcade Episode 2 is out next week.
Still Alive to weigh in at $15 on October 22.
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