Tagged: 2K Games
Ethan Gach and Greg Galiffa had the following conversation via Gmail. In it, they discuss PAX East’s Indie Megabooth, the culture of spectacle at videogame trade shows, and playing Cabybara Games’s Below. Ethan: Looking back at the past five months, it’s… Read More »
As the longest console generation in history comes to a close, the GamerNode staff reflects on the games that made this era so great. Games of the Generation is a new GamerNode original feature that allows us to share that passion and nostalgia for the most memorable and significant titles of the last eight years — since November 22, 2005, specifically — and explain why these games have defined a generation and will forever stand as touchstones in gaming history.
Irrational Games has been quiet on its plans for BioShock Infinite DLC in the past few months, but today the company released the floodgates and revealed plenty of details on the game’s post-release content. First off, BioShock Infinite‘s first piece… Read More »
You’ll all be happy to know I did not ONCE use the silly Star Wars related pun in this week’s Grill. Not once. You’ll need to go elsewhere for it. Every weekend, join GamerNode Senior Editor Jason Fanelli (with videographer… Read More »
2K Games has revealed the box art for Brave New World, the second expansion pack for Civilization V.
2K Games — the company that brought you Borderlands and Civilization — has confirmed in its blog that while the publisher is excited about next-generation hardware, it’s still busy preparing announced titles and has chosen not to feature a booth at E3… Read More »
In 1851, Harper and Brothers published an adventure writer’s exploration into a then-modern poetic adventure. Moby Dick initially sold around 500 copies in Melville’s native England, less than a tenth of what his previous, high-intrigue island adventures had sold. And… Read More »
Video game endings don’t often inspire intelligent and thoughtful discussion – more often than not they result in disappointment and outrage (who can forget Mass Effect 3). But BioShock Infinite’s ending is the kind that blows players’ minds and fosters enlightening debates about the game’s true meaning and central themes.
While the sky fell, the Grill stayed hot! Every weekend, join GamerNode Senior Editor Jason Fanelli (with videographer Matt Boyle and production assistant Mike Jaszczak behind the camera) as he runs down the top gaming news stories from the previous week…. Read More »