No smoke with your fire? There is now! This week Cam and Seb take a look at fire smoke, Project ENB, and place an absolutely enormous chicken on their head.
The Live Gamer Portable's unique ability to capture directly to an SD card is valuable, but not enough to put it ahead of the competition.
This Weekend May 18-19th marks the 5th East Coast Throwdown presented to you by John SweetJohnnyCage Gallagher and Joe iloveu Ciaramelli.
Composer Olivier Deriviere explains the thought process behind the orchestra and electronica fusion of Dontnod's upcoming memory restoring-themed action adventure.
Join us as Microsoft takes the wraps off the successor to the Xbox 360, starting at 9AM PST on May 21.
Grab a key for this upcoming MOBA, which gives you access to this weekend's beta event, as well as all subsequent events!
Danny O'Dwyer is in the house. And so we get all judgmental on everything there is to judge.
2K Marin's tactical third-person shooter is aiming to bridge the gap between strategy and action. But can it succeed?
We traverse the harsh wilds of Skyrim with only some shiny new diamond armour to keep us safe and a keg of mead to keep us entertained.
We speculate on various aspects of Wolfenstein: The New Order's alternate- history setting. What do you think the Nazi-controlled 1960s have in store?
How Dontnod Entertainment embraced the title of 'that French developer' by turning its home city of Paris into an unsettling sci-fi dystopia.
We analyze new Nazi technology, cavort with passionate resistance fighters, and take on hulking mechs in this in-depth hands-on preview.
Using the Oculus Rift, VRcade's engineers are designing what they believe will become the future of virtual entertainment.
Tom Mc Shea explores how Game Dev Tycoon dealt with piracy and its similarities to Game Dev Story.
Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell talks platformers, paint, and pornographic images with Kevin and crew on this week's podcast.
Videodrome welcomes you to check out some amazing video talent from across the internet.
Gone Home's remarkable sense of time and place frames a fascinating story waiting to be discovered in this upcoming exploration-based game.
Featuring GameSpot user reviews for the month of April.
This week Seb and Cam hob aboard the Tardis to travel through time and relative dimensions in Skyrim. Also, they build a shop.
Enter to win a digital copy of Darkstalkers Resurrection!
In this edition of the Artist Arcade we feature fantastic fan art from Fire Emblem: Awakening.
Kevin VanOrd journeys to Rivellon for a look at Divinity: Original Sin.
The three-protagonist structure of Grand Theft Auto V allows for the most complex, cinematic missions in the series' history.
Here's what happens in Grand Theft Auto V when you get off the beaten path and explore the sandbox at your own pace.
Michael Chang, creator of the third-person swordfighting game Blade Symphony, meets the man who inspired him to dive into game design: Mike Gummelt.
Something's rotten in the state of GameSpot. How else to explain why Tom Mc Shea takes the hosting reigns in this Grand Theft Auto-infused podcast?
Krillbite Studio's Adrian Tingstad Husby talks about designing this unusual horror game in which you play as a 2-year-old.
Join Danny and Johnny as they meet the three protagonists of Grand Theft Auto V in the latest round of trailers from Rockstar.
Enter to win our Gears of War Great Giveaway sweepstakes for a chance to win a custom Xbox 360. No purchase necessary, see rules for details.
Jonathan Morin of Ubisoft Montreal discusses how Watch Dogs will balance a cohesive narrative with the chaotic structure of an open-world video game.