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John Carreyrou's book is a look at the chaos and conniving behind the scenes.
Review: A heavy design meets whimsical cardboard art.
Mod team found it last year; wider discovery thanks to Gearbox game's latest $3 sale.
Reported bidding war means Buffy, Firefly creator got the deal before filming a pilot.
Community creates new cosmetics, features, and levels that run on real hardware.
Unused feature has been hidden in Animal Crossing for nearly two decades.
Comedy-action game is a well-crafted love letter to the stealth genre.
Increase from 70% to 88% revenue share also applies retroactively
Gold-colored, Japan-only, and devoted to Shonen Jump manga games like Dragon Ball.
Factory-level iPatch cuts off Fusée Gelée exploit for newly sold systems.
Onion's AV Club pleads to Musk, Bezos, other "billionaires in our audience" in response.
text The Crew 2 review: Where is everybody?
Tue, 10 Jul 2018 20:41:39 +0000
Ubisoft's arcade racer is empty and boring but may get slightly better some day.
Report cites "sources" to confirm, explains Williams' abrupt expo cancellation.
20 to 30 games/week plan means more selection for gamers, competition for devs.
"Authoritative sources" will be more prominently featured in search results.
Last year's series revival returns to reinforce your 16-bit bias. Here's what's new.
A life of theater, activism informed McKellen's role choices.
Reclusive artist walked away from Marvel in 1968, kept drawing for decades.
Valve plugged the hole, but important data has already escaped.
text Netflix is killing off user reviews
Fri, 06 Jul 2018 17:55:07 +0000
Netflix goes all-in on the thumbs-up, thumbs-down review system.