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Eternal Hours The game industry's long hours used to be an open secret, but two major developers have a new tactic: transparency.
Together Triple-A studios left local multiplayer in the dust this decade. Indie developers picked up the slack.
Daddy Issues The breakout star of the new Battlegrounds mode is the most supportive barman in all of videogames.
News Linh "Seiko" Nguyen threw a Hearthstone match because he was playing a qualifier for a $1,000,000 Auto Chess tournament at the same time.
Top Quests From Molten Core raids to the interminable war in Hillsbrad Foothills, make memories that will last.
Rez Pls As the genre becomes set in its ways, a few holdouts on r/mmorpg honor the past and predict a bleak future.
SINISTER STRIKE From Team Fortress backstabs to Michael Myers sneak attacks, these are the knives that make gaming a little more visceral.
Never DIe A network of private servers is keeping the 15-year-old game alive, but how sustainable is it?
The Worst These companies thought a branded videogame was surely their path to coolness. They were wrong.
Play it again The trials and tribulations of tracking down the rights to dead games and giving them another shot.
Bad Beats We spoke to some of the competitors who didn’t win the World Championship to see how they put themselves back together again.
OP Some of the PC's greatest games didn't start that way. These are some of the patches that took them there.
That's Magic The latest expansion has seen a ton of new archetypes succeed, and we've collected the best for you to try.
News Showing people how to cheat is frowned upon by Studio Wildcard, but these exploits have been around for years.