Dave LeClair (Twitter) is MakeUseOf's gaming editor, who has a love for games on console, PC, mobile, handheld, and any electronic device that is capable of playing video games! For game review requests, shoot an email to the address below.
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What is even more awesome than ninjas themselves? Taking control of a ninja and actually performing all of the incredible feats yourself in video game form, of course.
Major League Gaming just launched an application for Xbox 360 that allows gamers to kick back on their couch and watch some of the best competitive gamers in the world on a big screen TV.
This week, Sony is going heavy into the world of virtual reality, two new Assassin’s Creed games are coming this year, and Valve’s Free To Play documentary is a huge success.
Tweetbot for Mac OS X has just received a new update that makes some pretty useful and nice looking changes to the client. It also fixes some nagging bugs that some users have been facing.
Nosferatu: Run for the Sun is another endless runner – a crowded genre on iOS, but what makes this one worth playing?
Titanfall is officially here. We played the beta, and now it’s time to play the real thing. And we’re doing it live for you guys to enjoy! This time, we will have two streams, one from Dave’s perspective, one from James’. You can choose one (probably Dave’s because he’s much better at the game), or […]
It’s only natural for a fan of gaming to wonder what the best games ever made are, or at least what the experts think are the best.
Welcome to MakeUseOf’s Video Game Hub, the weekly news show where we count down the top three news stories from the busy world of video games. We are moving to show to Tuesdays, and we hope you enjoy the more convenient time to watch the show! This week, Twitch streaming is coming to iOS games […]
This week, we learn that the PS4 outsold the Xbox One in February, but this time the gap was much closer. We also have finally learned the release date for Watch Dogs, and Witcher 3 has been pushed back until early 2015.
We are going to give these hidden gems their moment in the sun, and hopefully, you will go back and play them, because you will still have a great time!
Let’s throw some praise at the games that did not get the love they deserved when they were released.
This week, we have Goat Simulator actually coming out, a new Batman game, SCEA CEO stepping down, all the Titanfall maps have been leaked, and Shaq Fu making a comeback.
Whether you already own the 3DS or are thinking about getting one soon, the games that follow will give you a great reason to get excited for the console.
This week, we have Xbox One sort of price dropping, Twitch coming to the Xbox One, PS Plus freebies for March, a game that will be 1080p on PS4 and Xbox One, and a movie from Sony about the console war between Nintendo and Sega.
Gunz 2: The Second Duel is available in an Early Access state on Steam. Check out our gameplay video to find out if it’s any good.