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In an age of cheap imports, restraint is a virtue

The onset of cheap imports and digital distribution has provided collectors with more options than ever. But it gives rise to another problem: content you'll never consume.

By May 6, 2012


Fallout creator gets sued for alleged infringement

Bethesda Softworks files suit against Interplay for alleged trademark infringement related to the Fallout game franchise. But it's more complicated than that.

By September 14, 2009


Five classic adventure games that need to be rereleased as digital downloads

We're pleased to see some old Lucasarts games come to Steam, but here are five classic adventure games that need to be re-released as digital downloads, pronto.

By July 27, 2009


Viiv pairs with DirectTV, GameTap

Viiv pairs with DirectTV, GameTap

By January 10, 2006


Steam report card: 2009

One year on, things have gotten worse on Steam. While there's more publishers, there's even more discrepancies in pricing and availability between the US and Australia.

By May 17, 2009


'Myst Online' to be released fully open-source

It becomes the first major game to be open-sourced. Will a developer community follow?

By December 13, 2008


Microsoft rallies behind PC gaming

Kevin Unangst, senior director of global gaming, has been making the rounds to dispel the notion that PC gaming is in trouble. Company also has big plans for Games for Windows Live.

By June 5, 2008


Georgia law aims to lure video game makers

State wants to become "video game capital of the United States," boosting tax incentives that also apply to investments in film, TV, and music video productions.

By May 16, 2008


The industry's Windows wall of shame

Why would a web developer limit her audience with poor design?

By February 6, 2008


Sam and Max are coming back

Telltale Games has announced Season Two of the episodic Sam and Max adventure games.

By July 25, 2007