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The new releases have already started coming down with Kerbal Space Program. But that's just the beginning for this week's new arrivals.
If you're still driving the streets of Grand Theft Auto, you'll want some chicken for the road. This week's 8-Bit Cuisine has you covered!
Strider was recently added to the Nvidia Grid game streaming service. In it, you play as a high-tech assassin with the single minded goal of killing the villainous despot, Grandmaster Meio. But you'll have to cut through his security to get to him.
A rabid crowd and an excited fanbase were ecstatic to find Heroes of the Storm fill the ESPN2 airwaves last night. Unfortunately, some of the reaction from the other side shows that eSports are still a long way from being accepted as the norm.
We make our way through corporate controlled Beantown in Shadowrun: Boston Lockdown. It turns out, being in a world where magic and high technology coexist takes a lot of brains, guts, and bullets. See how well we survive this highly tactical role-playing game.
With the cancellation of Silent Hills, Hideo Kojima's departure from Konami is all but confirmed. The publisher's willingness to let go of its most creative figures shows an old-fashioned view of game development, which could hurt the company.
Yesterday was a big day for Heroes of the Storm, as the Grand Finals of the college Heroes of the Dorm tournament aired in front of a nationwide ESPN2 audience. Prior to the event, Shacknews had an opportunity to speak to one of the game's designers about how the game has grown, its future in eSports, the changes in design philosophy, and what players can expect from the June 2 launch.
Reveal trailers nowadays offer a lot of cool CGI, intense battle scenes, and visual eye candy. What they all-too-often don't offer is actual gameplay and that's the subject of this week's Stuff That Sucks.
You can have a deep and satisfying gaming experience without having to spend 40 hours or more playing it. Here are ten games that will satisfy without eating up all your spare time.
It's been a long journey filled with exploration, preparation, and the occasionally Kerbal casualty. But the final version of Kerbal Space Program is lifting off today.