Articles by Brian Sipple
Ubisoft's Tony Key says that the company doesn't make a game without intend to make it part of a franchise. 'Watch Dogs' is only the latest example.
Naughty Dog's 'The Last of Us' didn't disappoint gamers when it released this June. It didn't disappoint Sony either, becoming the fastest-selling PS3 game of all time.
Though initially planned as DLC, Undead Labs has decided to shelve the co-op multiplayer of zombie-survival RPG 'State of Decay.' Read on for the developer's explanation.
Announced as a bonus map for gamers pre-ordering 'Call of Duty: Ghosts', 'Free Fall' traps warring players inside of a dynamically collapsing skyscraper.
According to Vince Zampella, Respawn Enterainment's multiplayer-only FPS, 'Titanfall,' skipped single-player development because only a 'small percentage' of gamers would actually play it.
Clarifying one of its many confusing licensing restrictions, Microsoft has revealed that the Xbox One won't distinguish between relatives and non-relatives in the sharing of its game libraries.
There's little question that Sony's PlayStation 4 scored a decisive victory against Microsoft's Xbox One at E3 2013. An Amazon.com poll shows just how staggering the consensus might be.
'Assassin's Creed: Liberation' protagonist Aveline de GrandprÃ© will be featured as a playable character in a mission set for 'Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag' -- but only on PS3 and PS4.
ZeniMax and Bethesda have confirmed 'The Elder Scrolls Online' for a 2014 release on the PS4, Xbox One and PC. Read on for an all new gameplay trailer showing the MMO in action.
'Assassin's Creed' creator Patrice DÃ©silets has begun legal action against Ubisoft. Official court filings reveal a $400,000 lawsuit, and an attempt to acquire the rights to '1666: Amsterdam.'
With Bethesda reportedly moving 'Prey 2' from Human Head Studios to Arkane Studios, scrapping the current build in the process, one writer/designer of the shooter has spoken out.
Infinity Ward believes it's taking 'Call of Duty: Ghosts' to much greater heights than 'Modern Warfare.' Read how the developer decided upon creating the next-gen 'COD' universe.
As Microsoft continues to detail the Xbox One, news has surfaced regarding the lack of cross-platform play support, regional restrictions, and the ostensible future of Kinect-based fitness.
A patent has been uncovered for technology on the Xbox One that threads Achievement Points into watching TV. Read how Microsoft intends to drum up viewership... and advertising.
A new report suggests that the Xbox One won't be charging an excess used-games fee. Meanwhile, Microsoft highlighted the functions of the Xbox One controller's two new buttons.
Between its May 21 conference and E3 2013, Microsoft is promising major reveals regarding the next-generation Xbox. First and foremost: exclusive games.
David Jaffe might have left 'Twisted Metal' behind but not the vehicle combat genre. Get the first details on his latest project, 'Autoduel,' developed with indie studio Pixelbionic.