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This week, we dig into your most ridiculous questions, from the paradox that is Solid Snake's somehow-stylish mullet to the science of Pokemon...
Admit it, you've teared up once or twice while playing a game. It's fine, we're all adults here - you're allowed to cry. It's actually a sign of maturity! We've put together a list of the games that have made us sob the hardest, so pick up a pint of ice cream, put on your sweatpants, grab a box of tissues, and come have a good, hard cry while we count down all of the saddest games we've ever played...
The annual Game Developers Conference may be an industry-facing event, but there are always plenty of cool things on display. Here are a few of our favorites from this year...
There are many ways to play through Mass Effect's epic story, and many Shepards to choose from. And not all Shepards are created equal. There's a case to be made that the best, most interesting version of Mass Effect's main character is a woman, and it doesn't have anything to do with her voice actress…
Maybe you know, maybe you don't. Either way, we're here to clear up any confusion about one of gaming's hottest new acronyms...
Considering how many action and adventure games use war as a backdrop, it's kind of surprising that, when they use an actual, historical war, it tends to be one of a handful of conflicts that we've already played to death. World War II? Vietnam? Three Kingdoms-era China? Been there, done the hell out of that. If games ever get tired of recycling the same historical settings, though, we've got a few ideas for new conflicts they could explore...
From the earliest athlete-endorsed titles to today’s wildly popular fan voting contests, cover athletes are tied to the sports-game culture like nothing else. They define the image and attitude of the games they adorn, and cause endless debate among fans. But do they really, truly matter?
Over the years, there's been one question that our readers have asked us, over and over again. This week, the answer finally arrives courtesy of Dan Amrich, an industry veteran, former GR editor and the author of Critical Path: How to Review Videogames for a Living, a book on how to review videogames for a living...
Plus Alpha has focused quite a bit on food lately, and why not? It's a big part of life in Japan, and a big part of otaku culture as well. This week, we'll look at a few more game/anime tie-in foodstuffs, starting with a Pokemon coffee drink aimed at kids...
Another launch has past and some very familiar faces were among the first games on sale, which lead us to thinking: Which series have appeared the most times at console launches? After diligent research, we found the seven that appeared the most, and you may be surprised by the results...
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