Hardcore gamer or not, it's hard to pass up a game of Animal Crossing. How does New Leaf fare with the strangely addictive series?
This month, after the DRM policy showdown at E3, Mindshare Editor Jonathan Tung takes a closer look at the philosophy behind the policy, as well as a brief history of gaming copy protection.
If you've ever wanted to build a gaming PC but didn't know where to start, then look no further. Part 2 of this series will help you build your PC after buying the necessary parts.
This week on the Short-Takes: a colossal E3 edition where we pick apart all the new console news, as well as the highlights from all the major publishers.
On this edition of the Com-cast, Alex and Simon look at the rapid rise and even more rapid fall of the rhythm genre, taking a look at what exactly made its star burn so bright for so short a time.
A two and a half hour podcast discussing all the press conferences with a few special guests!
A bunch of photos from the first few days of wandering around L.A., the Polygon party, a few press conferences, and the WikiGameGuides team.
A collection of a few of my favorite trailers from the big press conferences yesterday.
Does developer Undead Labs' open-world survival title rise to the bar set by the likes of Left 4 Dead, or should it be buried in a shallow grave?
Instead of spamming the description field of every video and asking yall to follow us on Twitter during every Drink Along, I thought it would be a much better idea to do a video once a month updating you, our loyal followers and subscribers, with all the different social networks that you can find myself (John), Dan, and our contributors using regularly.
This week on the Short-Takes, Japanese game companies feel the heat financially, Harmonix talks about the return of Rock Band, the Wii U will sell out- but not in a good way, Diablo 3 gets announced for Xbox 360 as well, and Microsoft curtails media access to execs for the E3 press conference.
What appears to be another Diablo clone would be dishonest. Neocore’s Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing – featuring mash-ups of gothic, steampunk noir and pop culture innuendos – engages the player more than Diablo III’s world ever could.