The full list of nominees for the 2015 Game Developers Choice Awards were announced today. Here are the games and developers being honored this year by their peers:
The Xbox 360 and Xbox One managed to win 2014 in at least one category: porn watching. Pornhub reports that Xbox hardware accounted for most of their traffic from gaming consoles.
The people have spoken, so long as you’re talking about “people who use Metacritic,” in regards to the best and most overrated games of 2014. From futuristic warfare to pocket-sized monsters and brawling Nintendo mascots, the past 12 month’s brightest gems range the spectrum, popping up on every console, from indie on up to AAA.
2005 was the year that had a ton of really awesome games that a lot of you probably don't remember. Let's see if you can guess these 11 games with just a few hints about the gameplay and mechanics, as well as the release date and platform. Let's see how well you do.
Not all gamers can approach their favorite hobby the same way, which is why it’s always nice to see developers take into account the variety of players who may be diving into their games, taking into account things like color blindness, physical disabilities and the like. As such, AbleGamers likes to acknowledge developers who go the extra mile to make their titles available to even more players, awarding this year’s Accessible Mainstream Game of the Year to a pair of indie titles and none other than Bayonetta 2.
A new developer video has been released for a fan-made project for Super Mario 64 HD, which is being built, designed, coded, modeled and published by a group of gamers for PC. The new video gives everyone a neat behind-the-scenes look at how some of the stuff came together.
It's the start of a new year. Out with the old, in with the new, and time to start cracking on those resolutions. The video games industry should be no different: It's pretty great, but it could always be better and, more importantly, it should always be striving for improvement. To that end, here are five games resolutions we'd like to see tackled in 2015.
Kickstarter project Mighty No. 9 is almost here. Producer Keiji Inafune announced in a new video update that the development team is wrapping up their work on the run and gun game.
New details are starting to slowly trickle out for the upcoming Wii U exclusive, Star Fox. Lead designer Shigeru Miyamoto has been very tight-lipped about some of the features for the space-fantasy shooter for the Wii U. Well, recently Miyamoto finally let loose some new details on the upcoming space-shooter.
A big list of games and events from 2014 were published through the final week of the year, and we also have plenty of lists looking forward to gaming in 2015. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
There are too many funny gaming videos out there to be able to credit all of them. Here's a tribute to the best of the best from 2014, though.
Sequels are easy to get excited for. If a game is a hit, a new one will come along and, usually, you can expect a similar experience to the one that got you fired up the first time around. When it comes to a new series, however, you never quite know what you’re jumping into. That mystery produces a fun sort of excitement all its own. So, here’s the top seven new series we’re looking forward to in 2015.
Out of all the best selling gaming gear of 2014 there were quite a few games that managed to make Amazon's best-seller list in the overall video game category. Each of these games were the top of the crop when it came to moving and shaking throughout 2014.
It's a feeling that never fails to come upon me as the dawn of a new year approaches. I step back and take a look at the game or two family members were kind enough to gift me at Christmas, I ponder the ever-growing backlog of titles both physical and digital just waiting to be played and I finally have to wonder: Is this the year I step away from gaming?
Hackers took down Xbox Live and PSN, ruining Christmas day for a lot of gamers. An unlikely hero came to the rescue to get things restored. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.