Stealth games often involve watching and waiting, studying behavior patterns and moving only when the time is right. Interference looks to have some of that, but mixes in a unique twist: certain areas can be treated as if th... more
Hideo Kojima was on stage at Sony's Tokyo Game Show conference, talking at length about the upcoming Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Idle chat led into the same footage we've seen quite a bit before, but for some reason... more
Bethesda has lifted the curtain on the next and final DLC for Arkane Studios' Dishonored. Picking up right where The Knife of Dunwall left off, The Brigmore Witches is heading to PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 on August 13 i... more
The latest look at Splinter Cell: Blacklist features Sam and team storming a gas plant that's been taken over by terrorists. The place is set to blow, but after a little hacking Sam's team is able to turn on the fire suppres... more
We've already covered Thief and the latest demo we saw was largely the same: go in someone's house and steal their most precious item. Steven Hansen broke down a lot of the mechanics already, so I just wanted to touch on how ... more
Here's a smattering of new screenshots for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, showing off the multiplayer for this year's annual release.
There are three actual gameplay images, the other pictures showing a variety of pir... more
This trailer showing Splinter Cell: Blacklist's cooperative mode reminds me that, of all the things to get me interested in the game, it sure isn't the single-player campaign. Spies vs. Mercs and co-op, on the other hand, ha... more
The first thing you'll notice about CounterSpy is its unique art style. Really, you can say that about a lot of the indie titles Sony has been picking up lately, but there's something extra special about this one. That probab... more
Confession time ladies and gents: I'm not a big Splinter Cell fan. I didn't much get into the first two, had an inexplicable obsession with Chaos Theory, largely passed on Double Agent, and only dabbled in Conviction.
A disgr... more
I liked Dishonored a lot, even if it didn’t turn out to be a literal ninja game. What I seem to have liked most about it, though, is its more tertiary elements. I love the fiction behind the world and its stylish, styli... more
Bethesda has today announced the second bag of add-on content for Dishonored, titled The Knife of Dunwall, is slated for a worldwide April 16 release date. It'll be available for systems across the board, enjoying release on ... more
Kotaku has a picture of what they say is a leaked poster for Ubisoft's Watch Dogs, the "next-gen" game that had everyone talking at E3 last year. The marketing materials say that this game will be out this Holiday, and will b... more
Super spy Sam Fisher is back after saving the President in 2010's Conviction. Third Echelon has been dissolved, and in its place is Fourth Echelon. Yes, very original.
Sure, not the most creative name change, but there is ind... more
The second downloadable content pack for Assassin's Creed III is now out for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, with the PC version set to arrive on January 15. The Battle Hardened Pack adds to the multiplayer, bringing three ne... more
We have been looking forward to playing Monaco: What's Yours is Mine from the comfort of our own homes for years now. The cooperative stealth-action game has taken some big awards in that time, including the 2010 Independent... more
Last year, a really slick-looking, stealth-based platformer called Stealth Bastard completely passed under our noses. Developed by Curve Studios, which was also responsible for Explodemon! and Fluidity, this freeware title i... more
Reports spilling out from Konami's Metal Gear Solid 20th anniversary celebration have shed light on what's currently being called Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes. According to the excited chatter, it's an open-world game runn... more
Some new screens for Dishonored have arrived, and they're about as spooky as the last ones, as the game's cultural elite continue to done masks fashioned out of nightmares. Who told that lady the "human moth" look was in this... more
Even though some other games piqued my interest at this year’s E3 (*cough* Watch Dogs), I must shamelessly admit that I was ultimately excited about Assassin’s Creed III more than anything. I even whimpered and sq... more
First-person, steampunk-flavored supernatural stealth action, anyone? It sounds weird, but it works wonderfully. Arkane's Dishonored is all of that and more, making for a game that is all over the place, but in the best way. ... more
Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time has been announced as a multiplatform release, coming not only to the PS3, but the PlayStation Vita as well. The game will utilize cross-platform saving, allowing players to keep their data in the ... more
Locked up for a crime you did not commit, and accused of killing the empress you swore to protect, you are left to rot in prison for your unjust conviction. Your only saving grace is an amoral mystical being who endows you wi... more
Oh Ubisoft! With the amount of Assassin's Creed III leaks we've had over the past few weeks, one has to wonder if it's not being done on purpose. At any rate, five screenshots of the upcoming stealth game have hit the Interne... more
I only got a small, early taste of Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen earlier this around E3 year, so it was hard to see where Acquire was going with this Japanese stealth/action title. This new trailer gives us a much better look,... more
Here are some screenshots from a port of a game that you played half a decade ago. It looks just like that game, to the point where posting screenshots feels incredibly silly. Ah well, who cares? Metal Gear Solid, guys!
In al... more