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Science fiction and science fact have long been drawn to Mars. Richard Hayden looks at some of the creative output inspired by the Red Planet
Have you ever wondered what an RPG's junk weapons would say if they could speak? Marcus Mac Dhonnagáin did too, and wrote this junk sword's tale.
Nate Hales is worried that the addition of yet another PAX show could leave things a little thin when it comes to developer attendance.
After his time at the Amplitude Studios booth at PAX East this year, Ryan Boyce is keeping an eye on Early Access for additions to the studio's Endless series.
With professional compositions and arrangements, Sean Knight is surprised that there are not more Grammy nominations for music from the video game industry.
Kyle Holt has been grinding some house viewer levels and has some experience to share with everyone.
David Kilborn was deeply moved by the recent performance of the Distant Worlds: Music of Final Fantasy symphony series and wants to share that experience.
In this week's Scribble, Richard Hayden laments the future of Games Workshop properties as they receive the cookie cutter treatment.
The final seeds have been settled for the Spring Split, and Nate Hales has taken the time to make sure you know what's what!
Bogged down with schoolwork, Marcus Mac Dhonnagain hasn't had much time for games, but the Nintendo StreetPass has stayed in his thoughts and kept him company.