Reviews on the Run
Heading to Space in Dreadnought
Marissa gets a little spaced out while chatting with the Game Director of the new aerial armada action game Dreadnought.
2014 E3 Predictions: Microsoft
Victor, Steve, and Ben conjure up their Microsoft Predictions for E3 2014.
Getting Cultured with Never Alone
Marissa takes a look at Never Alone, a new game that celebrates Alaska's native heritage and is actually made by members of the native community.
Upping the Game in Madden NFL 15
Marissa hits the field with Madden NFL 15 senior producer Seann Grady for a look at all the new gameplay features coming this year.
Felling the Rhythm with Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd
The curiously-titled rhythm game Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd is about to make its North American debut, so we sent Shaun to find out what to expect.
What’s New in Assassin’s Creed Unity?
Marissa catches up with Assassin's Creed Unity senior producer Vincent Pontbriand to find out how they hope to keep things fresh and original with the new game.
Ed Boon Talks Mortal Kombat X
Jose catches up with Mortal Kombat kreator Ed Boon for all the gory details on the franchise's first next-gen game, Mortal Kombat X.
Upping the Difficulty with Lords of the Fallen
Move over, Dark Souls. The most important aspect of the new action RPG Lords of the Fallen is its brutal difficulty, and executive producer Tomasz Gop is telling Shaun why its so important.
What Makes Skyforge Unique?
The new MMO Skyforge aims to stand out among the crowd by offering gamers plenty of accessible, fast-paced combat. Jose learns more about that, along with the story and character classes.
What’s New in Stronghold Crusader 2?
The 2002 simulation game Stronghold: Crusader is finally getting a sequel, and obviously there's going to be a lot of new features and updates. Shaun finds out what's new.
Reggie Talks Nintendo’s amiibo Toys
Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime talks to Vic about their new amiibo toys, which are Skylanders-style figures that unlock in-game content across multiple Wii U and 3DS titles.
What to Expect from One Piece: Unlimited World Red
The anime-inspired game One Piece: Unlimited World Red debuted in Japan last year, and now it's finally coming to North America. Shaun finds out what to expect.
What’s New in FIFA 15?
If the World Cup hasn't made you sick of soccer, Marissa has a look at the updated visuals, controls, and opponent AI in FIFA 15.
Upping the Game with Far Cry 4
Far Cry 4 offers a new co-op mode, intense characters, and the ability to control animals. Marissa tracks down executive producer Dan Hay for a closer look.
Viktor Kalvachev on Blue Estate
The graphic novel Blue Estate has been turned into a video game, so Shaun finds out more from creator Viktor Kalvachev.
Hanging Out at IndieCade 2014
Marissa takes a look at the coolest games on display at the annual IndieCade Showcase, including Road Not Taken from the makers of Triple Town, and Anamnesis for the Oculus Rift.
Evolve & No Man’s Sky Lead the Game Critics Best of E3 2014 Winners
Each year 29 publications (including yours truly) vote on the best of the best at E3, and the 2014 winners have been announced! Innovative FPS Evolve came out on top with four wins, including Best of Show. No Man's Sky continued to blur the lines between indie and AAA deve
Vic’s Basement Gets Down and Dirty With Dinobots!
Vic and Marissa talk about the Transformers Movie and how terrible it is. They continue on talking about the Transformers videogame. For today's toy break we have viewer submitted artwork to show from Luc Bayou. The Google I/O conference has some easy VR technology an
Reinventing Rainbow Six
Rainbow Six: Siege aims to reinvent the series with completely new gameplay features, so Marissa tracks down game designer Andrew Witts to learn more.
Kicking It with Swordsman
What would happen is you combine martial arts with MMO games? Jose finds out with a look at Swordsman.
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