Reviews on the Run
What’s to Love in Lego Batman 3?
Victor talks with Lego Batman 3 voice actor Scott Porter, Adam West, and game director Arthur Parsons to find out what they loved most about working on the game.
What Makes Project Cars Unique?
Let's face it, there are a lot of racing games in the world. Slightly Mad Studios has a new one called Project Cars, but they want to make it better than the rest. Marissa finds out how.
What is Paperbound?
The makers of the new PC and PS4 game Paperbound are calling it "Smash Bros on crack." What exactly does that mean? Marissa caught up with environmental artist Josh Sorenson to find out.
Jumping Back into Amplitude
Jose takes a look at the remake of the rhythm game Amplitude, and finds out what Harmonix decided to revisit it.
What’s New In Hearts of Iron IV?
The WWII strategy series Hearts of Iron is back for a fourth deployment, so Jose finds out what's new this time around with project lead Dan Lind.
An Early Look at BattleCry
Bethesda's new team combat game BattleCry won't be out until next year, but Jose has an early look with creative director Viktor Antonov and Bethesda's Pete Hines.
Harold and Jose
Harold is a new side-scrolling platformer with plenty of humour, so we sent our funniest host Jose to find out all he could.
Planning the Perfect Heist in Crookz
Jose talks with lead game designer Sebastian Merkel about the tactical strategy game Crookz, where players pull off daring heists.
What’s New in Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris?
Shaun talks with Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris producer Robert Siwiak for a look at the new features in the game, including the new co-op mode.
Building Block N Load
What would happen if Team Fortress 2 and Lego got together and had a baby? The construction shooter Block N Load might be the result. Jose has a closer look.
What’s New in Star Wars: The Old Republic: Shadow of Revan?
Star Wars: Episode VII is still a year away, but there's plenty of new Star Wars action to celebrate in the meantime. Jose catches up with the developers behind The Old Republic's latest expansion, Shadow of Revan.
The Origins of Evolve
Jose speaks with Turtle Rock Studios co-founders Phil Robb and Chris Ashton about why they wanted to make the 4 vs 1 monster game.
What is The Talos Principle?
The Talos Principle sounds like it should be the title of an old Star Trek episode, but it's actually the name of a new sci-fi puzzle game. Jose has a closer look.
David Braben on Elite: Dangerous
The classic space combat and trading franchise Elite is returning with the all-new game Elite: Dangerous, so Marissa tracks down co-creator David Braben for all the details.
Racing How You Want in The Crew
There are a lot of new racing games, but Ubisoft's The Crew aims to give players more freedom than ever before. Marissa tracks down producer Ahmed Boukhelifa to find out how.
What’s New in Dungeons 2?
The 2011 fantasy simulation game Dungeons is getting a sequel, so Jose finds out what's new in Dungeons 2.
Illuminating Alone in the Dark
Jose talks with Atari's Peter Banks to find out how they're bringing the Alone in the Dark franchise back from the dead.
Jose and the Temple of Osiris
Jose catches up with Rich Briggs of Crystal Dynamics for all the details on the new Tomb Raider spin-off Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris.
The Challenges Creating The Witcher 3
Jose talks with The Witcher 3 developers Damien Monnier and Bartosz Ochman to find out what challenges they faced making the massive new game.
The Legends Behind Fable Legends
Fable Legends takes place in a new era filled with more heroes and villains than any of the previous games. Shaun catches up with game director David Eckelberry to find out how this changes the story and gameplay.
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