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IGN on Disney
The Ultimate Disneyland Guide for Disney100
Disney invited IGN to preview its celebrations for its 100th anniversary, and this Ultimate Disneyland Guide for Disney100 features everything you need to know, including the best food and merch, our…
IGN on Gaming
How AI Is Being Used to Create the Ultimate Choose Your Own Adventure Game
AI-generated text adventures let players make choices to progress a story that hasn't been written yet. We explore how gamers are using ChatGPT and GPT-4 to fuel a potential renaissance for text-based…
The Best Game of 2022: Nominees
Giant blockbusters go toe-to-toe with stellar Indies in the best games of 2022.
IGN on Nintendo
Inside the Growing Discontent Behind Nintendo’s Fun Facade
In a special investigation, we dive deep into the current culture at Nintendo of America, where many employees are increasingly frustrated by treatment of contractors and lack of support amid growing…
IGN on Scams
Inside Roblox’s Criminal Underworld, Where Kids Are Scamming Kids
In a special report on IGN, we dive deep into Roblox's criminal underworld and discover the teenager hackers who are victimizing their peers.
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Years Later, the Creator of E.T. Remains Proud of ‘the Worst Game Ever Made’
The tale of E.T. has been told over the years as a cautionary tale against crunch, having only been made in five weeks. But the real story of ET, its creator, and their relationship with Atari is far…
The Red Dead Online Community Is Embracing the Game’s Inevitable Death
The Red Dead Online community had started planning a funeral for the game. They didn't know that it would be officially declared dead in advance. We spoke to the game's biggest fans about how it feels…
Company of Heroes 3: North Africa Hands-On Gameplay Preview
I don't like sand. It's coarse and rough and irritating, and it gets everywhere. The fighters on the North African front in Company of Heroes 3 seem inclined to agree with me. A far cry from the…
The 10 Best Fighting Games
From Guilty Gear Strive to Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, here are our picks for the best fighting games of all time.
Sonic Frontiers: The First Hands-On Preview
Sonic’s done a lot in 30 years. He’s been a pioneer of the high-speed 2D platformer, an Olympic athlete, a respectable kart racing enthusiast, a fighter, a TV star, and a Hollywood blockbuster movie…
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