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James Dominguez In the news this past week, two promising-looking games failed to reach their Kickstarter goals, and part one of a video series about female roles in games has gone online.
Jason Hill The jaw-dropping visuals get a lot of kudos, but the real star of the Crysis games is the Nanosuit. It's almost too powerful...
James Dominguez The end of yet another week has rolled around, and on Screen Play that means it's jigsaw time.
Screen Play reader Andrew Marshall Regular Screen play contributor Andrew "luverly_5pam" Marshall has provided another entertaining piece, this time asking which company will be next on the Skylanders-clone bandwagon.
James Dominguez Things have been a tad quiet for Nintendo recently, but the coming month or so promises to be an exciting one for Wii U and 3DS gamers.
James Dominguez Epic Games is revisiting their smash hit franchise this year with Gears of War: Judgment, and DexX got the chance to play the game and talk to its lead level designer, Jim Brown.
James Dominguez It's mostly good news this week, with a successful crowd-funding campaign, some high-profile sequels, and rumours of the successor to the Xbox 360.
Jason Hill Metal Gear is a series known for stealth, but the bombastic Revengeance is all about charging headlong into fast and furious combat.
James Dominguez The Friday jigsaw turns 30 today, which means it's all grown up. Come and help us celebrate by trying to guess today's game.
Screen Play reader Andrew Masters Today Screen Play reader Andrew Masters talks about his former love of the Legend of Zelda series, and his confusion now that this love seems to have vanished.
James Dominguez Five excellent user-submitted articles were published on Screen Play this month, but only one can be the winner.
James Dominguez At its heart, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is a conventional Japanese RPG, but its beautiful presentation lifts it up to a new level.
James Dominguez Our second interview today is with celebrated Australian video games writer and designer Christy Dena, who is running a crowdfunding campaign to launch a very unusual iPad game.
James Dominguez Today is double interview day, and first up we are speaking to Senior Art Director Brian Horton about how his team worked out the right look for the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot.
James Dominguez The unveiling of the PlayStation 4 dominated conversations in the past week, but the world kept on going none the less. Here are some stories you might have missed.
Jason Hill The fear of the unknown is horror's greatest weapon, so Dead Space 3 was always going to have a tough time scaring us as much as its predecessors.
James Dominguez Ready to spend your Friday teasing your brain? Come and play our weekly jigsaw!
James Dominguez The PlayStation 4 has finally received an official unveiling, and today we sort through the facts and the rumours.
Screen Play reader Ben Hayes Have you ever been addicted to a game? Today Screen Play reader Ben Hayes talks about some of the games that have triggered an obsessive reaction in him.
James Dominguez For his first ever game, Melbourne-based programmer Luke Miller decided to make something he had never seen before: an adventure game full of gay characters.