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Elder Scrolls Online creative director Paul Sage talks about how to retain the feeling of individual heroism in the transition to an MMO. Read more

by Alice O'Connor,, May 8, 2012 10:00AM PDT

After announcing its existence last week, The Fullbright Company today revealed its first game. The three-person indie team founded by BioShock series veterans is working on Gone Home for PC, an explore 'em up set in a curiously deserted house. Read more

Although already "announced," the developer is now turning to Kickstarter to raise crowdsourced funds for Carmageddon: Reincarnation. Read more

The first Prototype 2 DLC is available today for $4.99, or free for Collector's Edition purchasers. The second will come on May 29. Read more

A leaked advertisement from an upcoming issue of Game Informer describes Hitman: Sniper Challenge as a downloadable game for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360. Read more

As Blizzard winds up to launch StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm later this year, it's also preparing to finally roll out features asked for since before Wings of Liberty launched, including resuming from replays, global play, and multiplayer replay viewing. Read more

A demo is out today on consoles for Spec Ops: The Line, Yager's face-shooting take on Heart of Darkness. However, publisher 2K Games hasn't released one for the PC edition, or not yet anyway. As Kurtz said, "The horror! The horror!" Read more

by Jeff Mattas,, May 8, 2012 6:00AM PDT

I get an early, pre-alpha look at Enemy Front, an upcoming World War II shooter helmed by Stuart Black, developer of the bombastic 2006 shooter, Black. Read more

Grim Dawn has been two years in the making, and after seeking a cash-injection from fans through Kickstarter, developer can finally finish the project after reaching its $280,000 funding goal. Read more

by Andrew Yoon,, May 7, 2012 4:00PM PDT

A new game must take up the mantle of "worst-kept secret in the games industry." That's looking more and more to be the next Need for Speed game, largely rumored to be Most Wanted 2. Read more