It felt strange knowing that Big Boss was going to play pachinko for two hours straight.
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After winning a contest to help lead the art direction for Street Fighter V, 12-year-old Kiyomori Sato explains the drastic changes in some of the characters as well as his philosophy on art.
An outburst on the Shenmue III Kickstarter question and answer stream has revealed that the Shenmue III project may not be going as well as Yu Suzuki hoped it would.
E3 2015 is over and we can’t wait to give out awards to games with the potential to be good. We may be sponsored by Sony and we’re still not entirely sure of the details; however, this does not have any impact on the awards process.
Due to high demand after last year’s E3, the E3 Disappointment Room will be twice as big for 2015 and will include an open bar that will hopefully be enough to silence those who keep complaining that no one is showing anything interesting.
I don’t understand why video game journalists always have to talk about video games. Why do people have this expectation? So when I got a chance to get a sneak peak at Fallout 4, I did what any normal person would have done and ignored the entire thing.
With gamers furious after the cancellation of Silent Hills and the departure of game director Hideo Kojima, Konami’s CEO has apologized for not knowing anything about video games before joining the company.
People keep claiming that retro games are great. But if retro games are so good, why can’t I find any innovation in Chip’s Challenge 2? Where’s the experience points, crafting, or upgrade system? No one’s going to buy this.
As one of the leaders of the video game industry, Valve has always innovated when it comes to making money off of it. It was recently learned that they had spent years coming up with the idea to have people pay for mods.
With Nintendo entering the mobile arena, it appears to be an admission of defeat from the company who has long stayed out of this lucrative market. But CEO Satoru Iwata admitted that they never wanted to accept the harsh realities of today’s gaming market.
With many people happy to see that bear and bird again, the employees at Rare have a daunting task ahead of them: can they make a game as good as that tech demo? Some Rare employees aren’t sure.