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Melody's Escape Turns Music Into A Platforming Adventure

This is what Flo Rida’s “Wild Ones” looks like when run through the advanced audio detection algorithms of Loïc Dansart’s Melody’s Escape.


Red Faction Started Blowing The Hell Out Of Everything 15 Years Ago

Yesterday, on May 21, 2001, developer Volition and publisher THQ took gamers to Mars and let them blow the living hell out of everything that moved and most things that didn’t.


Five Nights At Freddy's Follow-Up Goes Full-On Scary Clown

Video: If you’re looking to give a bunch of kids nightmares, how do you escalate beyond terrifying animatronic animals? Five Nights At Freddy’s creator Scott Cawthon’s first trailer for Sister Location takes us to clown town.


Classic Action RPG Titan Quest Is Now Out On iOS

So yeah guys, Titan Quest is now on iPhone and iPad. If you didn’t have any plans this weekend, well, they’ve been made for you.


A Look At The GeForce GTX 1080's PCB And The Chips That Literally Power It

Recently NVIDIA took the wraps off of its Pascal-powered GTX 1080, which is kicking butt in both benchmarks and wallet destruction. Now it’s time to look deeper at the actual hardware — and I’m not talking about the GPU. We can do better than that.


This Superb Quake Documentary Is A Must-See

The new DOOM might be getting all the attention right now, but let’s not forget the Quake. The original DOOM may have been a landmark game, but it was Quake that refined the formula, made it fully 3D and gave birth to the likes of Capture the Flag and Team Fortress.


Toy Time Plays With He-Men, The Most Powerful Men In The Universe

If you’re a He-Man fan that likes to keep their figures pristine in their packaging then look away. It’s about to get really sad up in here.


Serial Cleaner Is A Game About Stealthily Mopping Up Murder Scenes

Briefly: Think Viscera Cleanup Detail, except it’s a) set in the 1970s, b) a stealth game and c) played from an entirely different perspective. So maybe it’s not much like Viscera Cleanup Detail at all. Except for the whole, you know, cleaning-up-gory-murder-scenes part.


Let's Check The Battlefield 1 Trailer For Historical Accuracy

With the recently-announced Battlefield 1 sparking renewed interest in its WWI setting, historians are poring over the launch trailer to see how closely it sticks the details. The Great War‘s Indy Neidell takes us through the good, the bad and the… OK then.


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