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FALL ARTS PREVIEW: Gamer stops, drops, and rolls into fall's fiery pit of video-game releases
Sussing out the hits and misses of this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo
Rockstar Games' grizzled hero takes aim in Max Payne 3.
This is not a game: Cutting edge technology and top video gaming honors doled out right here in San Francisco
Quick and slick, the Playstation Vita is tech geek heaven
YEAR IN GAMER 2011: It's only when you approach the bottom half of a video game critic's top 10 that the real debate begins
YEAR IN GAMER 2011: Red Dead Redemption dominated, but Elder Scrolls vs. Skyrim dazzled and Mineshaft's open world was wondrous
Assassinate your way through this technically brilliant tale of 16th century Istanbul
Battlefield 3 offers an immersive multiplayer war experience. Shame about the story mission, though.
FALL ARTS PREVIEW: Eagerly, and maybe not so eagerly, awaited upcoming video game releases
South Town Arcade is easy to miss -- but once within its "candy cabs" you may never leave
Hyped at E3, first-person shooterBioShock Infinite will be released in 2012.
LA Noir impresses with expressions
Notoriously pop-culture obsessed Rocksar Games uses a cinematic style to please noir aficionados
A video game's second installment leaves its cult credibility unscathed
Dragon Age II is as elaborately polished and stage-managed as its predecessor was rough-hewn and idiosyncratic
The Game Developers Conference in San Francisco provided plenty of hype -- and even a little controversy.
Turn out the lights, turn up the sound, and enter Dead Space 2.
YEAR IN VIDEO GAMES, TAKE TWO: Games have gotten better -- and there are many, many more of them.
YEAR IN VIDEO GAMES, TAKE ONE: Forget Hollywood, this was the year that tiny screens held our attention
Cold War globe-hopping from Cuba to Russia, Laos, and Vietnam in Call of Duty: Black Ops
Postmodern, sure -- but no complex moral exercise: the point of Dead Rising 2 is to kill a lot of zombies
Civilization V will suck your present life into the past