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TGN Top Five: Games to Keep You Company This Halloween

It's once again time for candy corn, costumes, and creatures. Whether you go out or stay in this Halloween, here are a few of our favorite games to keep you company.

Posted yesterday by Kevin Tavore, 39 comments

XBL Sale Roundup: July 5th, 2016

The Ultimate Game Sale brings masses of discounts across titles new and old

Posted 3 months ago by Chewie, 100 comments

BioShock: The Collection - Remastered Trilogy Arriving In September

Remasters are coming in thick and fast this year. Next to be announced is the classic BioShock trilogy, arriving in September. Multiplayer for BioShock 2 will not be included, but all single-player DLC in the series will be there.

Posted 4 months ago by Sam Quirke, 176 comments

XBL Sale Roundup: May 24th, 2016

After last week's big list, this week's sales aren't any smaller with a handful of sales running simultaneously, including the standard Deals with Gold, an ID@Xbox Fest, a 360 Super Sale and a Spotlight Sale. Xbox One Bundles & Special Editions • Fallout 4 "Digital Deluxe

Posted 5 months ago by Chewie, 102 comments

XBL Sale Roundup: February 23rd, 2016

This week's Deals with Gold sees a decent amount of discounts across multiple franchises, including Metro, Dead Island, Saints Row and Gears of War, amongst others. Unfortunately with the recent Live issues, many of the discounts for the One were late being applied by Microsoft and som

Posted 8 months ago by Chewie, 99 comments

XBL Black Friday Sale Kicks Off

Black Friday may still be a week away but Microsoft is celebrating early by giving Gold members access to a massive list of discounts a week before everyone else. Many of these titles have seen (in s

Posted 11 months ago by Chewie, 125 comments

TA Top Five: Games To Play On Halloween

We're just days away now from one of the best days of the year, Halloween. Horror movies fill the entire month's worth of programming, kids rush to the store to buy costumes, then change their minds

Posted 1 year ago by Mark Delaney, 160 comments

TA Top Five: Backwards Compatibility Wishlist

When the Xbox team let their huge backwards compatible cat out of the bag a month ago, gamers all over started speculating as to which 360 titles would be resurrected on the One. It's a win-win, pote

Posted 1 year ago by Mark Delaney, 135 comments

TA Top Five: Games for Films or TV Shows

Adapting a novel to the big screen is hugely popular in the film industry in this day and age. The likes of Harry Potter and Game of Thrones (and even 50 Shades of Grey) have become a huge success be

Posted 1 year ago by Marc Hollinshead, 109 comments

TA Top Five: Scientists

Science plays a pretty big role in the narrative of many games. Few things make better sources of conflict than advanced science gone awry and few things make better resolutions to conflict than the

Posted 1 year ago by Jonathan Barnes, 105 comments

TA Top Five: Rivalries

As far back as I can remember, I've always hated Michigan. As an Ohio farmboy from the northwest part of the state, I was brought up in the prime battleground. A good portion of my classmates wore pu

Posted 1 year ago by Jonathan Barnes, 117 comments

TA Top Five: Franchises That Could Switch Genres

Back in 2009, we had already seen three different Halo games with a fourth on the way in Halo 3: ODST. All of the games had been first person shooters and had (arguably) dominated the industry. Taske

Posted 1 year ago by Jonathan Barnes, 94 comments

XBL Sale Roundup: January 13th, 2015

This week's Deals with Gold provides discounts on a range of titles across both consoles, including DLC for recent Games with Gold title, SSX. Xbox One Games • Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) - 33% o

Posted 1 year ago by Chewie, 104 comments

TA Top Five: Game Mechanisms For Real Life

Whilst out walking recently in the city of Maastricht, I happened to look up at the windows and brickwork of the medieval cathedral and thought, if I were Ezio Auditore, I would be able to climb that

Posted 2 years ago by Andrew Ogley, 90 comments

TA Top Five: Missions/Levels

While many games forgo the more-traditional "Level 1-1" system of yesteryear, it doesn't mean that they don't have iconic and memorable missions and levels. This week's TA Top Five takes a close look

Posted 2 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 105 comments

TA Top Five: Jaw-Dropping Moments

Ever had that moment in a game that just completely left your jaw on the floor? That made you think "I thought I had seen it all, but wow, they got me!"? Well, so have we. This week's TA Top Five aim

Posted 2 years ago by Michelle Balsan, 154 comments

Some Form Of BioShock Teased By 2K

It looks like BioShock may be making a return in one form or another, after the UK/International branch of 2K tweeted an image from the original BioShock cryptically adding "Oooo, what COULD this mea

Posted 2 years ago by Andy Mills, 92 comments

XBL Sale Roundup: July 15th, 2014

BioShock Infinite headlined the final day of the Ultimate Games Sale yesterday. Those of you who purchased the title are likely to be very interested in this week's Deals With Gold, which see other c

Posted 2 years ago by Rebecca Smith, 76 comments

TA Top Five: Judgement Calls

Choice is something that we've found increasingly built into games over the last generation as developers aim to create living, breathing worlds in which we can craft our own unique journeys based on

Posted 2 years ago by Chewie, 101 comments

TA Top Five: Single-Player Only

The popularity of multiplayer has exploded over these past two generations of gaming. Much of this is in thanks to certain popular franchises, such as Battlefield, Call of Duty, and numerous differen

Posted 2 years ago by Marc Caccamise, 247 comments

TA Top Five: In-Game Vendors

In the real world (that's the one with the better graphics), we are constantly buying items and consumable things for our own benefit. Whether that's food, toiletries, games(!), or too many others to

Posted 2 years ago by Marc Hollinshead, 125 comments

XBL Sale Roundup: March 25th, 2014

Another week passes without a special sale on the Xbox 360. Deal of the Week doesn't throw up many surprises either, although it does tie-in nicely with the release of Irrational Games' final piece o

Posted 2 years ago by Rebecca Smith, 99 comments

TA Top Five: Collectibles

If there's one thing I hate, it's black olives on pizza. If there's a second thing I hate, it's a game with pointless collectibles. On the flip side, games with good collectibles are amazing. They pu

Posted 2 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 154 comments

Achievement of the Month for March 2014

Before we set into the new achievement challenge format, let's see how we all did with a galaxy at war and unlocking the Unwavering achievement in Mass Effect 3. Last week, on February 21st, 14,643 g

Posted 2 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 97 comments

TA Top Five: Gaming Mechanics Of This Gen

As we moved from the original Xbox to the Xbox 360, it wasn't enough just to shoot things, blow things up, or drive very fast. As gamers, we now wanted more choice in the way we were able to carry ou

Posted 2 years ago by Andrew Ogley, 104 comments

Irrational Games Changing Focus

Ken Levine revealed today that big changes are coming to Irrational Games. The studio is currently busy at work on the last DLC for BioShock Infinite, but once that is complete, there will be a shift

Posted 2 years ago by Michelle Balsan, 80 comments

TA Top Five: Quotes

Movies are packed FULL of quotes that we love to repeat to one another. I'm sure that some of us could even quote an entire film, line for line, if we tried hard enough. From "I'll be back" to "Here'

Posted 2 years ago by Marc Hollinshead, 225 comments

TA Top Five: Settings

Video games take us to places beyond some of the wildest imaginations. Some of these places are so well-developed and amazing that they simply stand out and demand attention. This list represents a s

Posted 2 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 138 comments

XBL Sale Roundup: January 7th, 2014

While we're still waiting for the release of Far Cry Classic, due to hit Xbox LIVE Arcade early this year, the rest of the Far Cry franchise has received a discount for this week's Deal of the Week.

Posted 2 years ago by Rebecca Smith, 135 comments

TA Top Five: 'It's Complicated'

Last week we focused on those loving romantic relationships, but as we have all no doubt discovered, not all relationships are quite so healthy. This week we look at a slightly different side of rela

Posted 2 years ago by Andrew Ogley, 54 comments

Game of the Generation - Results

Hey TA’ers! In our biggest voting event yet, we travelled through the life of the Xbox 360 and showcased the best it has to offer. The breathtaking stories of Commander Shepard, Marcus Fenix, Ezio Au

Posted 2 years ago by Clever Jake, 296 comments

TA Top Five: Games of 2007

In our ongoing quest to highlight some of the best games of this past generation, here is our "Top Five" list of most-notable Xbox 360 games from 2007. After an admirable, but not stellar, launch win

Posted 2 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 101 comments

Retail Releases: Week of November 12th, 2013

As we're finally out of the dry season of game releases, the last couple of weeks have seen some big names hitting the shelves. This week has another interesting selection to tickle your fancy. Are y

Posted 2 years ago by Marc Hollinshead, 10 comments

Holiday Bundles from 2K Confirmed

With the holidays right around the corner, 2K Games has announced some bad-ass holiday bundles for fans, so if you're in the market, now would be a good time to buy.

Posted 2 years ago by Cindy Minguez, 82 comments

Retail Releases: Week of October 21st, 2013

There are a handful of superheroes invading retail shelves this week. Bruce Wayne's alter-ego is not the only man with special moves, as the heroes from the Marvel comics are also making an appearanc

Posted 3 years ago by Keith Gray, 38 comments

TA Top Five: Enemies

One of the main aspects (if not THE main aspect) that brings challenge to a game is having a health bar. If that health bar reaches zero, then, obviously, you die. To stop that health bar from stayin

Posted 3 years ago by Marc Hollinshead, 103 comments

The TA Top Five: Substances

I’ll make no bones about it; it was really hard for certain members of the TA team to focus this week due to the fact that everyone’s favorite teacher-turned-meth kingpin, “Heisenberg” (aka Walter Wh

Posted 3 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 63 comments

BioShock: Ultimate Rapture Edition Announced

Remember BioShock? That game kicked all kinds of awesome, right? Please Note: This is a rhetorical question where the only acceptable answer is, "Yes!" Tragically, there are some gamers who may have

Posted 3 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 117 comments

Deal of the Week: October 23rd, 2012

A large number of the TA community has already played both of the two previous entries in the Bioshock franchise, but if you, like me, are one of the minority of gamers who are yet to visit the Utopi

Posted 4 years ago by Dave Horobin, 110 comments

Four BioShock Infinite Screenshots Released

Though this fall and winter will have gamers around the world with their hands full of top-tier titles like Assassin's Creed: Revelations, Battlefield 3, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, there are st

Posted 5 years ago by Mark Delaney, 45 comments

BioShock Infinite E3 Demo [UPDATED w/Full Video]

EDIT: An embedded version of the video just went live. Thank you for your patience! ORIGINAL STORY Almost every gaming outlet under the sun

Posted 5 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 76 comments

BioShock Infinite 'About Sky-Lines' Video

As a journalist, I love to pontificate about amazing things, but every once in a while, it becomes impossible to make something better. This is one of those times. In the following BioShock Infinite

Posted 5 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 31 comments

E3 2011: BioShock Infinite Teaser Trailer

Yesterday was like a delicious blizzard of awesome with big-time announcements, reveals and trailers for your eyes to drink in like the sweet nectar of a cold Strongbow on a hot day. Late last night,

Posted 5 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 61 comments

Irrational Announces 'Name in the Game' Winner

A few months ago we brought you the story of Irrational Games' search for a fan's name to be put into their highly-anticipated BioShock Infinite. Today, Irrational has announced their winner. The luc

Posted 5 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 57 comments

The Art of Video Games Voting Results

Back in February, we brought you the story about the Smithsonian's upcoming "The Art of Video Games" exhibit which is scheduled to open next March. In an outreach move to the gaming community, the cu

Posted 5 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 42 comments

Get Your Name in BioShock Infinite

Today's interesting Twitter post for the day comes from @IrrationalGames the makers of and the upcoming BioShock Infinite. In a tweet that went o

Posted 5 years ago by Jonathan Barnes, 123 comments

BioShock Infinite Screenshots Hit The Web

A Game Informer exclusive shows off some interesting looking screens from the forthcoming BioShock Infinite. The October edition of the publication has an exclusive insight into the world of Columbia

Posted 6 years ago by DavieMarshall, 82 comments

Irrational Games Announces Bioshock Infinite

Irritational Games - the genuises behind BioShock (but not the sequel) and seminal PC classic System Shock 2 - have finally revealed their new project, entitled Bioshock Infinite. Their Project Icaru

Posted 6 years ago by zigs00, 159 comments