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“Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions” is on sale now as CBR speaks with the game’s producer Stephane Gravel, about what makes it the Spidey game fans have been waiting for.
With the second issue of WildStorm’s “Kane & Lynch” series hitting store shelves this week, CBR spoke with writer Ian Edginton about what makes the main characters so much fun.
With the launch of "DC Universe Online" just over two months away, CBR News spoke with Sony Entertainment Online’s Chris Cao and Wes Yanagi about the storyline of the game and the upcoming beta.
The cinematic, blood-soaked brawler "Shank" is set to arrive for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in late August and CBR caught up with Klei Entertainment's Jeff Agala to get the details on the game.
Steve Stamatiadis' "Blade Kitten" transitions from comic to game, arriving for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. We spoke with Stamatiadis, who is also Creative Director at Krome Studios, the developer of the game.
After a relatively quiet July, the CBR Games Roundup is back to look at the slate of video games arriving in the month of August with "Shank," "Metroid: Other M" and "Madden NFL 11" among this month's highlights.
The upcoming sci-fi shooter "Bulletstorm" is being showcased during Comic-Con International, and CBR spoke with "Fear Agent" co-creator Rick Remender about his experiences as lead writer on the game
This Fall, "Batman: The Brave and the Bold the Videogame" comes to the Nintendo Wii and DS. We spoke to the games' directors about how they've created something that Batman fans of all ages will appreciate.
The Agency is out to make the streets safe for citizens again, as "Crackdown 2" arrives for the Xbox 360. We spoke with Billy Thomson of Ruffian Games about what fans can expect when they return to Pacific City.
The CBR Games Roundup is back with a look at the games arriving in the month of July. It's a sequel-filled month, with the highly anticipated "StarCraft II," "Crackdown 2" and "Dragon Quest IX" leading the pack.
Heading into the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) this week, most gamers had a pretty good idea of what to expect, but the major press conferences still managed to offer up some unexpected surprises.
Following the recent unveiling of "Marvel Super Hero Squad Online," CBR spoke to Jason Robar of developer The Amazing Society to find out more about the upcoming Massively Multiplayer Online game.
With the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) happening next week, CBR checked in with “DC Universe Online” Senior Producer Wes Yanagi to get an update on the highly anticipated game.
The CBR Games Roundup is back again to take a look at June's new video game releases. Among this month's highlights are "Transformers: War for Cybertron," "Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker" "Backbreaker," and "APB."
In June, fans will choose sides and join in the epic battle that started it all in “Transformers: War for Cybertron” and CBR spoke with High Moon Studios’ Matt Tieger about how they set out to create the definitive Transformers experience.
May is absolutely jam-packed full of video games, and the CBR Games Roundup is back to run down the list of releases to look out for this month including "Alan Wake," "Red Dead Redemption" and "Super Mario Galaxy 2."
With “Iron Man 2: The Video Game” arriving in stores next week, SEGA's Michael McHale recently talked to CBR about how the game -- which features story work by Matt Fraction -- is more than just a movie tie-in.
April is here, and the Games Roundup is back to highlight some of this month’s video game releases. "Splinter Cell: Conviction," "Monster Hunter Tri" and "Super Street Fighter IV" are among the month's top offerings.
IDW and EA are launching a new ongoing "Dragon Age" comic series based on the popular roleplaying game. Series co-writer Aaron Johnston spoke with CBR this week about how the book will tie into the "Dragon Age" universe.
Twisted Pixel established themselves as a company to watch with "The Maw" and "Splosion Man." We spoke with Lead Engineer Mike Henry about Twisted Pixel’s next project, "Comic Jumper."