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Whether they’ve advanced menacingly toward our camera lenses, hidden their faces when we look at them or just sort of hovered aimlessly, ghosts have been a semi-constant threat in videogames almost since the medium was invented. One of the great things about games, however, is that they’re a way to explore unusual viewpoints – and every once in a while, they give us a chance to see through the eyes of these undead phantoms, and find out what it’s like to flit insubstantially through an earthly plane that’s perpetually, almost comically afraid of us.
Only a handful of games have actually offered a chance to see things from the proverbial Other Side, but these are our favorites...
The competition has never been fiercer, but the winner has never been clearer...
On November 11 (11-11-11), you'll all be able to get your hands on The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim. But that's more than a week away! What are you possibly going to do between now and then? Simple: watch this video of us tearing apart the box that the game came in to get our hands on the sweet, sweet magic inside...
A pair of stellar universal iOS releases lead our iPad reviews column this week: Riptide GP – a jet ski racer from the developer of Hydro Thunder Hurricane – and Bike Baron, the top-selling motorcycle platformer that shines despite obvious influences. Over on page two, we're taking a different tact as we dig into Worms Crazy Golf HD and...
A few months ago we had this idea to make a “Skeletons of Street Fighter” feature. Street Fighter IV hype was asploding across the webs (GamesRadar included) and we felt there was no better time to excuse a barrage of boney bastards across the site.
Then we thought, “why stop with Street Fighter?” There’ve got to be a billion goddam skeletons creeping through virtual graveyards just begging to have their toothy visage slapped on the immortal internet. Who are we to deny them such a privilege? So, without further yammering, we present, just in time for Halloween (y Dia de los Muertos), the biggest batch of skelleys you’ve ever seen...
We talk Battlefield 3, Grand Theft Auto V and disappointing games in need of sequels...
It's the weekend before Halloween and you have nothing to wear. Fear not, for we've compiled a list (with some step-by-step tutorials) of some quick costumes you can whip up without having to step anywhere near a costume store...
We’ve loved our time within the confines of Arkham City, but one thing has really bothered us: Batman can order up all sorts of new gadgets and upgrades by remote, but he never changes out of that one Batsuit, no matter how much of a beating he takes. Rocksteady even seemed prepared to counter this by putting seven alternate outfits into the game (even though you can’t wear them until you start a New Game+). The choices were fairly obvious fan-favorites, but they provided a good glimpse at the Dark Knight’s ever-expanding cowl closet. That said, the alternate outfits in Arkham City barely scratch the surface of the dozens of variations Batman’s costume has seen over the years.
With that in mind, we took a look at more than 70 years of Batman stories to see if there were any notable gems Rocksteady forgot about. From alternate histories to parallel worlds, these are the Batsuits we’d really like to see in Arkham City...
Ever get the feeling that enemy AI is mocking you - like it's having a joke at your expense? That's exactly what it looks like is happening here. Observe with amusement as this foe from Rage ridicules the player's reflexes. Just... can't... quite... shoot... him...
Despite being downgraded to an XBLA/PSN download after having initially been announced as a full-scale AAA game, I Am Alive has managed to grab our interest again. Yesterday, we got our first look at the post-apocalyptic survival game, and saw four different areas that gave us a good picture of I Am Alive's tense – and often bloody – gameplay...
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