The World Needs A Game That Mixes Tetris With Scrabble

Ever spent any amount of time on Twitter recently? The written word is dying a slow, cumbersome death and we all know it. YOLO. WTF. LMAOROLF. Spellcheck. Everything has spell check. We’re growing a generation of illiterates here people and we need a game like Fiasco! to reverse the trend!


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How To Unlock The Secret Challenges In Trials Fusion

Trials Fusion is out now, and it apparently has a collection of hidden minigames, including a first-person maze, and Trials versions of Marble Madness, Angry Birds and… Tennis. Here’s how to find 5 of them.


The Top 100 Games On Steam Are (Probably) These Ones

Yesterday, Ars Technica published an exhaustive look at Steam sales figures. A day later and some slight adjustments have had to be made, thanks to some corrections to their data (it’s not a big deal), but something has been added to the report. A list of the top 100 games on Steam.


'Attack On Titanfall' Would Be A Horrible Combination

Good thing Titanfall doesn’t have actual titans in it — that seems like a recipe for disaster.


The Gaming Books You Must Read

This is embarrassing to admit, but I haven’t read much in the way of nonfiction books about video games. Don’t get me wrong: there’s some incredible work out there. In general, however, I’ve found that digging around for more books very quickly slides into work that is prohibitively technical, academic or both.


The Daily SingTaku

It seems like we’ve had our very first SingTaku shutout! No-one managed to guess GerminalConsequences pretty tough effort, despite the fact that actually left a visual cue in his video!


Alien: Isolation And The '70s Version Of The Future

Okay, I’m at the stage now where if SEGA and the Creative Assembly let me down with Alien: Isolation, I don’t know if I’ll ever trust anyone or anything again. I’m opening my heart here. I’m learning to love again. Don’t let me down.


This Is The Greatest Gaming Set Up I've Ever Seen

The first picture seems simple. It’s just a TV and a rather large collection of video games. But what lies beneath is an incredible set-up that is up there with some of the most insane console collections I’ve ever seen.


How One Mario Kart Track Has Changed In 22 Years

If you’ve been playing Mario Kart games since the beginning, you’re probably going to have a bit of déjà vu on the Doughnut Plain track. The folks at GameXplain take a look at the Doughnut Plains level as it originally appeared in 1992′s Super Mario Kart and as it will show up in next month’s Mario Kart 8.


Tell Us Dammit: If You Could Play It All Over Again

Imagine this: you are able to totally forget one video game — in its entirety — completely wipe it from your memory, just so you can play it all over again, completely fresh. Which game do you choose and why?