In Well Played’s very first second episode, Sebastian, Armand, Chad, and Pascal take on (and take apart) the cult mock-horror PS2 title Deadly Premonition and PC classic X-Com.
Guest writer Richard Horsefield takes a look back at a how a very strange game had a profound impact on him.
The Hall welcomes its first Hero of Designers. But who?
Dragon’s Dogma will have two playable quests available at Tokyo Game Show, along with new details about party formation and the open world.
First DLC expansion adds plenty of new content to the recent action RPG.
Next instalment in Professor Layton puzzle series to include massive bonus standalone RPG for North America.
Chad discusses the White Wolf’s adventures. We mean Geralt. Not Elric. We must clarify there.
For those willing to pay a little more, the Skyward Sword Collector’s Edition will be worth its weight in gold.
With Sir Patrick Stewart to guide you, is there even any doubt that you’ll make it through the Martian invasion unscathed?
Martin takes a look back at the game that changed his life forever: Super Mario World.
Square Enix finally spills the beans on the next in the Dragon Quest series.
The Hall of Heroes opens forth its diamond gates for the first time ever. Which of the games industry’s finest shall be honoured within this year?
The first annual BnBGaming Celebration of Games begins now! Get the week’s buzz inside.
Mario wouldn’t be the man his is today without some exceptional PR on his side in the early days: meet Mario’s agent!
An impressive promotional short film released in preparation for Modern Warfare 3 shows Taskforce 141 on a hunt for war criminal Makarov.
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Phantom Kingdom Portable on schedule for September 22 release in Japan with new character and scenario; also, new illustration gallery available.
You wouldn’t steal a wallet, nor would you steal a car, so why steal a game? But why should we put up with DRM and exorbitant costs? Is piracy ever justifiable? The team share their thoughts in this week’s Friday Roundtable.