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Forza Horizon 2 review

Forza Horizon 2 returns in a bigger and better sequel that builds on the successes of its predecessor while more capably capturing the series' underlying, undying appreciating of…

  • Pros: Big, beautiful open world , Finely tuned arcade-style racing…
  • Cons: Use of Drivatars places limits the scaling difficulty…

GameLoading: Rise of the Indies documentary puts a lens to the community

The filmmakers behind the upcoming documentary GameLoading: Rise of the Indies have released a 15 minute preview of the film on their Kickstarter page.


Craft magical maces and brew up bee bombs in Dragon Age: Inquisition

The latest in-depth feature video for Dragon Age: Inquisition focuses on potion and item crafting and customization in BioWare's upcoming epic RPG.


Ghosts are back in The Sims 4, swimming pools and new careers are on the way

Ghosts have returned to haunt your Sims in the first free content update to The Sims 4, with swimming pools and new careers promised in updates over next few months.


How to survive Sauron’s Army in Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

Here are some tips to help you get started in Monolith Productions' open world adventure, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor.


Destiny patch ensures legendary drops or better for purple engrams

Destiny patch 1.0.2 is now live, which ensures that now the Cryptarch vendor will now always reward you with Legendary quality items or better for purple engrams.


Want a better sense of how Civilization: Beyond Earth works? Check out this trailer

This new 10-minute trailer for Civilization: Beyond Earth amounts to a primer of all the various features and functions of Firaxis Games' upcoming release.


Four hackers charged with stealing $100m worth of U.S. Army and Xbox technology

The US Department of Justice has charged four hackers with stealing over $100 million worth of intellectual property and proprietary data related to Xbox and the US Army.


Talking warfare, fanfare, and power with the minds behind the next Call of Duty

Sledgehammer Games co-founder Michael Condrey charts the path that led to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and its dramatically changes approach to player movement.


Learn the epic sci-fi backstory of Tetris in the upcoming film adaptation

Tetris, one of the most enduring and classic games of all time, is getting a film adaptation at some point in the near future from the studio that adapted Mortal Kombat in the 90s.


Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor review

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor introduces one of the most intriguing social gameplay systems we've ever encountered, but scripted plot requirements work against it.

  • Pros: Nemesis System is revelatory , Open world is packed with…
  • Cons: Player-scripted story and actual plot at odds during the…

Looking for Destiny public events? This is the resource you need

DestinyPublicEvents.com saves you the guesswork of hunting down Destiny's rewarding public events by maintaining a schedule of current and upcoming events, sorted by region.


Tidy up your Wii U menu with folders

The latest system update 5.2.0 U for Nintendo's Wii U has added a number of convenient features, including one just for the neat freaks: customizable folders for the menu.


Build the perfect roller coaster then bring it crashing down in ScreamRide

Major Nelson sat down with producer Jorg Neumann to discuss ScreamRide, the new game about building and destroying amusement park rides from the studio behind Roller Coaster Tycoon.


Destiny bug hints at the names and locations of future add-on missions

A number of Destiny players recently encountered a glitch that revealed every mission in the game, including some that are locked for two upcoming DLC expansions.