‘Imagination Is The Only Escape’ Seeks to Show the Holocaust Through the Eyes of a Child

Over the years, there have been almost countless video games created about war, but you don’t see any cover great atrocities such as the Holocaust. Game director Luc Bernard hopes to change that with the re-emergence of Imagination Is The Only Escape. The game’s goal is to be an educational,…

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Fitness Video Games Put Under the Microscope

If you’re looking to up your fitness regime for the summer but hate going to the gym, then video games might be the answer you’re looking for. Consumer Reports recently assessed five games advertised as a fun way to get fit: Nike Plus Kinect Training, Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2013,…

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Tomb Raider Writer Tackles Gender Equality in Game Development

The topic of sexism in game development has been a big issue recently, especially since for a long while, video games was often viewed as a “boys only” activity, but Tomb Raider scriptwriter, Rhianna Pratchett believes that it may not be the sole reason for the lack of female game…

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Rumor: Microsoft’s New Xbox Won’t Force Gamers to Always Remain Online to Play Games

Many gamers will agree that it doesn’t make sense for a console to force them to be on the Internet in order to play single player titles, but new info on Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox suggests that you may not need to have a constant online connection after all. While not…

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Sony Confirms That PS4 Will Not Block Used Games

Gamers can breathe a sigh of relief because Sony just confirmed that the upcoming Playstation 4 will not block the playing of used games. “Yes. That’s the general expectation by consumers,” said Sony Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida in an interview with Eurogamer when asked about his stance on playing…

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Resident Evil: Revelations comes to consoles on May 21, but Capcom has no plans for a Vita release

Resident Evil fans can now rejoice as the once Nintendo 3DS-exclusive, Resident Evil: Revelations, will be HD remastered and hitting consoles on May 21. The bad news comes for PS Vita owners, who will not see a release of Capcom’s survival horror title. “When we were developing Revelations for new…

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Game of the Year Nomination: Assassin’s Creed III (PS3/360/Wii U/PC)

After Assassin’s Creed: Revelations wrapped up, it was pretty apparent that the next installment in the series would need a new protagonist to don the white robes of the assassin. Ubisoft’s announcement that Assassin’s Creed III would have a new assassin and story setting of Colonial America during the Revolution,…

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Former EA Developer Confirms Production of Mirror’s Edge 2

Electronic Arts’ first-person, free-running game, Mirror’s Edge received many positive reviews when it was released in November 2008. Despite its success, however, there was doubt that a sequel would ever be created, but that looks to no longer be the case. Fans now have a reason to hope as general…

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