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6:30 PM on 03.31.2015

A fan's HD recreation of Mario 64 was great until Nintendo took it down

Unity developer Erik Roystan Ross took one of the most iconic and beloved levels in videogames and gave it a makeover. Ross recreated Bob-omb Battlefield, the first stage in 1996's Super Mario 64, in HD from scratch. Ev...

Brett Makedonski

6:00 PM on 03.31.2015

Geometry Wars 3 is now a whole lot bigger

Lucid Games' twin-stick shooter Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions is no more. With today's massive free update, which "nearly doubles" the game's content, it is now known as Dimensions Evolved. To summarize, there's 40 new Adventur...

Jordan Devore

5:30 PM on 03.31.2015

New Tropes vs Women series Positive Female Characters debuts

Everyone's favorite feminist Anita Sarkeesian is back and this time with a new sub-series of Tropes vs Women in Gaming called Positive Female Characters. In the debut episode Anita takes a look at the main character fro...

Jed Whitaker





5:00 PM on 03.31.2015

Bloodborne's game-breaking glitch patched

Last week, Chris told us about a game-breaking glitch in Bloodborne that made it so an item called the Lunarium Key, which is needed to reach a main-story boss, wouldn't appear. The issue has been fixed, so you can play co-op...

Jordan Devore

4:45 PM on 03.31.2015

There's no place like PlayStation Home

You Can't Go (PlayStation) Home Again [Giant Bomb]  

Darren Nakamura

4:45 PM on 03.31.2015

You don't know what you got 'til it's gone

You Can't Go (PlayStation) Home Again [Giant Bomb]  

Brett Makedonski

4:45 PM on 03.31.2015

Seeking a friend for the end of PlayStation Home

You Can't Go (PlayStation) Home Again [Giant Bomb]

Steven Hansen

4:30 PM on 03.31.2015

SteamWorld Heist gameplay video highlights turn-based combat

One of my biggest regrets from PAX East this year was missing the chance to get some hands-on time with Image & Form Games' new turn-based space adventure title SteamWorld Heist. Even though the appointment unf...

Rob Morrow



The joy of bullet hell photo
The joy of bullet hell
by Chris Carter

Shoot-'em-ups started innocently enough. Spacewar blasted its way onto computers back in the 1960s, and after Space Invaders was released, the rest was history. Galaga and Galaxian would go on to further popularize the genre, and R-Type and Gradius would modernize it.

Once eastern game studios really started to test their mettle though, they changed it forever. Shoot-'em-ups were no longer heaven -- they were absolute hell.

Despite their namesake, they were a joy to play.

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3:30 PM on 03.31.2015

Batman adds to his gadgetry with an Arkham Knight limited edition silver PS4

Sony knows the sales potential of Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham Knight, and it's using the highly-anticipated game to try to move a few more PlayStation 4s. A limited edition console was announced today that shines as brig...

Brett Makedonski

3:00 PM on 03.31.2015

Dying Light enabling wacky ragdoll physics for April Fools' Day

For April Fools' Day tomorrow, Techland is bringing extra floaty physics to its open-world zombie-slaying game Dying Light, which has me wondering, why isn't that a permanent cheat code? This is the sort of thing, weird and ...

Jordan Devore

2:30 PM on 03.31.2015

Phoenix woof: Capcom cuts trailer for fake The Great Dog Attorney

While the new Ace Attorney--The Great Ace Attorney coming July 9 to 3DS in Japan--looks great and all what with Phoenix Wright's ancestor palling around around with Sherlock Holmes and Watson in Meiji era Japan and the Briti...

Steven Hansen



Review: Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious photo
Review: Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious
by Steven Hansen

Forza Horizon has long been considered the Fast & Furious of games, so this standalone release makes sense. Unfortunately. it's not much more than a thin, thin Fast & Furious skin over Forza Horizon 2, a bit of a disappointment to the Fast & Furious fan in me. It is a nicely concentrated dose of Forza Horizon 2, though. Enough to sate me, a casual racing fan. I'm not buying Horizon 2, but I gladly played this for a few hours until I'd exhausted it. However, I wouldn't buy this for the $10 price it hits starting April 10, either.

Rather than doing a traditional review for the equivalent of a Pepsi Man or Sneak King, I (Jeep) Wrangled Brett Makedonski to talk about the cross-over.

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1:30 PM on 03.31.2015

Atlus USA localizing Nintendo 3DS RPG Stella Glow

Nintendo 3DS role-playing game Stella Glow is coming to the Americas, Atlus just announced.  Players take on the role of Alto, a young knight who must convince Witches throughout the Regnant Kingdom to join his si...

Kyle MacGregor







Review: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare: Ascendance photo
Review: Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare: Ascendance
by Chris Carter

I've come to really enjoy Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's multiplayer months down the line. It's withstood the test of time, and although I was skeptical of Sledgehammer Games' first Duty outing, it has done a decent job at differentiating itself from Treyarch and Infinity Ward, and in most ways, it has already surpassed the latter.

The latest pack is Ascendance, which brings in a few extras outside of the typical four-map, one-zombie level delivery system. It's a better effort than Havoc thanks to the injection of some grappling hooks, but for $15, not every piece of the puzzle carries its load.

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12:30 PM on 03.31.2015

Ooh, April's PlayStation Plus lineup has Never Alone

April's free-game lineup for PlayStation Plus subscribers is full of titles I intend to play (or so I tell myself) but haven't gotten around to just yet. Never Alone, that wondrous folklore-inspired platformer about a young I...

Jordan Devore