Backer-Only Broken Age Docos Are Now Available To Everyone

A month from now, Double Fine will release the second act for Broken Age, the Kickstarter-cashed game that arguably ignited the crowd-funding model many indie games now attempt as a matter of course. In the lead-up to its debut, Double Fine is slowly uploading the previously backer-only documentary series about the game’s creation.

A Simple Song Swap Makes The Mortal Kombat X TV Spot So Much Better

Video: While there will always be a fondness in my heart for the music of System of a Down, it does not belong in this television ad for Mortal Kombat X. Let’s swap in something more appropriate.

Sword Coast Legends Lets Dungeon Masters Screw With Players In Real Time

Last week the developers of Sword Coast Legends demonstrated how players delve the upcoming CRPG’s dungeons. Now take a look at the tools Dungeon Masters can use to make their players’ lives hell.

Spirits of Xanadu Channels System Shock Levels Of Creepy

The word “Xanadu” is not particularly terrifying, unless the thought of Olivia Newton-John turns your legs into a gelatine-based foodstuff. The System Shock 2-inspired Spirits of Xanadu isn’t letting this get in the way of its scariness however, with the just-released horror shooter making its debut on Steam.

iZombie's Video Game Cameo Is Almost Perfect

Don’t looks so sad, zombie girl. You may be undead, but at least your production staff have a pretty good grasp on proper video game product placement.

Five Unpredictable Minutes Of Oblitus

In which I spend five minutes with absolutely no idea what’s going on. Well, four minutes. Then I die.

Oh Look, A Jet Fighter Flying Over The World Of Bethesda's Daggerfall

Gavin Clayton is the name of the developer behind Daggerfall Tools for Unity, a neat piece of gear that lets you load up content from Bethesda’s classic sprawling RPG in the popular game-making software. Since we spoke about it last, people have been busy producing awesome with it. Observe.

The History Of Miniguns In Games

It’s likely you’ve seen one of Ahoy’s videos before — he has a tendency to explain the history of weapons using video games, though he’s also delved into less firearm-related concepts, too. This time around it’s the humble minigun on show. Did I just use “humble” and “minigun” in the same sentence?

Mortal Kombat X Has A Nice Surprise For Rage Quitters

So we can all agree when it comes to finishing moves, the Mortal Kombat franchise has always had the top spot. Always. The next instalment, X, looks to continue the trend with the addition of the “Quitality”, a short-and-sweet way of humiliating players who can’t handle the heat.

Paula Deen's New Game Commercial Is Totally Bats**t

“Are you ready to have some fun?” asks Paula Deen, as the rest of the world slowly backs away. Paula Deen now has a video game, and it’s called Paula Deen’s Recipe Quest. It’s a match-3 game because, of course, it’s a match-3 game. She has also produced a “commercial” for it.