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BioShock creator Ken Levine on his "open narrative" future game

Ryan Lambie Feature Dec 17, 2014

BioShock creator Ken Levine is working on a new game, and he says its "open narrative" design will be like Middle-earth: Shadow Of Mordor...

What's going on with Team Ico's The Last Guardian?

Ryan Lambie Feature Dec 16, 2014

Now reaching the eight year mark, there's still no sign of The Last Guardian. Ryan takes a look at its current status...

Sega vs Nintendo: revisiting the deadliest console war

Alex Carter Feature Dec 11, 2014

Forget the Xbox and the Playstation. The console wars of the early 90s were way more intense, especially if you were a kid back then...

A tribute to Ralph Baer, the father of videogames

Ryan Lambie Feature Dec 8, 2014

We pay our respects to pioneering console inventor Ralph Baer, who sadly passed away on Saturday.

The PlayStation 4’s killer feature

Riyad Emeran Feature Dec 8, 2014

In what departments does the PlayStation 4 have the edge over the Xbox One and Wii U? Riyad picks his key feature...

The Xbox One's killer feature

Riyad Emeran Feature Dec 2, 2014

Both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are pretty much neck and neck technically - but in one area, Microsoft has out thought Sony...

Dragon Age, characters and the rise of 'cinematic' gaming

Sam Faulkner Feature Nov 25, 2014

Is the rising standard of characterisation in games truly beginning to rival cinema? Sam takes a look...

Celebrating Syndicate: the ultimate videogame dystopia

Ryan Lambie Feature Nov 24, 2014

It was violent, thought-provoking and insidiously addictive. Ryan looks back at Bullfrog's 1993 tactical classic, Syndicate...

Why you should play Never Alone

Ryan Lambie Feature Nov 21, 2014

Among a blizzard of new releases, atmospheric platform-puzzler Never Alone is a must-play game, Ryan writes...

Supporting characters: the best thing about RPGs?

Sam Faulkner Feature Nov 20, 2014

Sam salutes the best supporting party members from recent RPG videogames...

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