Added another 15 videos to my Darksiders 2 Nightmare difficulty walkthrough.
Facial tattoos and stealth rarely mingle, but you'll surprised how well both suit Mark of the Ninja's protagonist.
This week site fan Emma sends us an awesome Beavis and Butthead hat from across the pond.
Getting excited for Dishonored? Unfortunately, this free Dishonored promotional game is not worth the price.
The Basement Collection compiles a list of games and extras from indie superstar Edmund McMillen. Does it contain more indie gold or is it simply a corporate cash-in?
Trine 2 was a magical experience and one of my all time favorite games. Does the expansion live up to this reviewer's expectations?
The PC version of Hero Academy matches the splendor of its iOS counterpart with big-headed heroes, substantial depth, and cross-platform support. Who said chess was for nerds? (Also, water analogies.)
This awesome $1.99 iOS game is definitely worth your time.
This week, Ubisoft gives up fighting piracy on PC games by dropping all DRM, Valve is fed up with the world and is making its own hardware, AC3's lead designer says that the the era of AAA titles is just about over, and EA proudly claims to have eliminated its focus on single player experiences.
I love The Simpsons, but unfortunately this free to play iPhone & iPad game leaves a lot to be desired.
The Walking Dead (game), Breaking Bad season finale, and ARE YOU READY FOR SOME (fantasy) FOOTBALL!
Missed the stream? Want to watch me scream like a little girl again? YouTube version has been posted.
There's no place like Home. There's no place like Home. There's no place like Home.
Insomniac's first three titles in its smash hit franchise are finally available in the form of an HD collection.
While Alex Miller is away this week, new Gameinsight contributor John Fenix makes his podcast debut as he and Simon discuss the future and possibilities for recently bankrupt OnLive moving forward, as well as the effect of mass internet support and protest in the making of games and media.