It's not about where Valve's been but where it could possibly be going with its living room PC approach.
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Discussing value for money and its purpose.
With hardly any innovation in gameplay mechanics, 2014 is the year of stalemate between PS4 and Xbox One.
The same, but different.
The Game Awards 2014 got a lot right, but they also got a whole lot wrong.
Despite initial skepticism, there is good enough reason to look forward to the Bungie's sequel.
Strong support, constant updates and a hat-trick of amazing games catapults Microsoft ahead in the console war...
There's something about Mordor's Uruks and it's more than just the smell.
Is it really all about that full set of Raid gear? Or do today's gamers want something more?
Can Capcom's story-telling hold up over a TV-like format?
There will be bugs in Massive's online shooter and there's no escaping it. Or is there?
When you consider the looting and range of content, it's not even close.
Destiny the concept has been hyped to death. Let's take a look at Destiny the game.
Hello Games' procedurally generated open world title is big but does that make it better?
Inquisition has multiplayer! It will be like Mass Effect 3! Here's why you should worry!
Have they or haven't they? Analyzing whether Rockstar's open world opus has been delayed (or not).
What's scarier than knowing what's coming? What you didn't see the first time.
Something about Kojima's epilogue just clicks - even if it's not necessarily "pure" Metal Gear.
Just what is Shenmue and why does everyone still remember it?
Guess who stole the show twice this year?