Video Game Hall of Fame: What Would You Nominate?
Team GameSpot picks its treasured favourites.
Team GameSpot picks its treasured favourites.
"You can't have too many of these things otherwise next-gen just looks like rehashed last-gen and we certainly don't want that," Sony says.
Both games launching later this year with cross-buy support.
Sony's Gamescom lineup shows that Journey and Unfinished Swan will, indeed, be coming to the PlayStation 4.
thatgamecompany secures additional funding for game that aims to be an "emotionally engaging experience…"
Jenova Chen says he want to help make video games a "respected" medium with universal appeal.
The PlayStation 3 may not be new, but with PlayStation Now, PlayStation Plus, and a huge backlog of games, Sony's console still has a lot of life left.
Kevin VanOrd speaks to The Banner Saga composer Austin Wintory about French horns and 70s funk.
Mark Cerny says that the upcoming console will set a proper business structure to support indie development.
Next game from the Journey developer will continue the studio's focus on social gaming; intended to be published on multiple platforms.
Thatgamecompany's adventure title beats out Mass Effect 3, Walking Dead, and others to secure top honor; Cart Life wins grand prize at Independent Game Festival Awards.
Dishonored takes gong for Best Game while Journey picks up five awards.
Thatgamecompany co-founder to lead developer relations for Android-powered console company; Ouya units shipping March 28.
Thatgamecompany's PlayStation 3 exclusive leads the pack of 53 games nominated for 17 awards.
Austin Wintory's composition for adventure game comes up short in music awards, loses to Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.
Creator Jenova Chen says creation of critically applauded game bankrupted ThatGameCompany.
Thatgamecompany's downloadable title takes out Game of the Year award; Telltale Games' The Walking Dead scores Adventure Game of the Year.
The Walking Dead, Dishonored, and Journey lead the pack for the 2013 Game Developers Choice Awards.
Thatgamecompany's downloadable title notches numerous noms, including game of the year; Chris Hardwick to host awards show February 7.
The GameSpot editors reveal their personal top 10 lists for 2012.
Tom Mc Shea, Carolyn Petit, Chris Watters, and Peter Brown join Kevin VanOrd to look fondly back on 2012.
We take you to an audio-filled ride on the game soundtracks that made this year great.
We say farewell to 2012, recapping the highs and lows of the year.
Santa, games, hats, and more! Join us for the final episode of The OzSpot for 2012 looking back over some of our favourite gaming moments of this year.
Composer Austin Wintory receives nomination for Journey in the Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media category at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.
Join us for a two-week journey chronicling some of the video game industry's most celebrated game designers!
Pack will include ThatGameCompany's Flower, Flow, creator commentaries, and other special features.
ThatGameCompany confirms disc-based Journey Collector's Edition headed to the PlayStation 3; retailers suggest August launch.
Online store to be inactive starting next Friday; online play on PSN not affected.
Flower and Flow developer ThatGameCompany gets $5.5 million in venture capital funding, will now develop and release games for more platforms independently.
Jenova Chen says PlayStation 3 users more likely to be interested in artistic titles than Microsoft and Nintendo supporters.
This week's session is filled with arranged music and remixes aplenty, alongside with some Journey and Bastion.
We speak to the creator of Journey's music about the soundtrack and what the future holds.
Virtual worlds and real emotions collide in this personal tale of discovery.
Danny details the times religion has been used in games, and wonders whether the industry's portrayal of Islam is enforcing negative cultural stereotypes.
PlayStation 3-exclusive adventure game from Thatgamecompany breaks sales records on Sony's virtual storefront; soundtrack arriving on April 10.
Co-founder Kellee Santiago leaves Thatgamecompany after six years, others also believed to be on their way out as "big changes" in the works.
GameSpot Asia talks to the director of this evocative title about the game's engine, inspirations, and the ups and downs of the project.
We chat to Stephanie Beth, the filmmaker behind Us and The Game Industry, a new feature-length documentary profiling indie talent.
Game Masters at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image in Melbourne will launch this June; the interactive exhibition celebrates game development; more names announced, new video inside.
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