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Sonic Frontiers developer says it isn’t an open-world game

Sonic Frontiers producer Takashi Iizuka talks about the design process behind the new game and how the game improves the 3D Sonic formula. When Sonic...

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Epic monster battles will be at the heart of Final Fantasy XVI

Final Fantasy XVI director Naoki Yoshida talks about his work on the latest entry in Square Enix’s Final Fantasy series The thing Naoki Yoshida is...

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Geoff Keighley isn’t worried about E3 making a comeback

Geoff Keighley, host of The Game Awards and Summer Game Fest, talks about how the uncertain prospect of E3’s return does not bother him and his...

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Lego’s new $400 Lion Knights’ Castle is a love letter to my childhood

For Lego’s 90th anniversary, it’s reviving its classic Castle theme with the $400 Lion Knights’ Castle set coming this August. At 4,514 pieces,...

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Lego’s original spaceship, the Galaxy Explorer, is back and better than ever

In 1979, Lego introduced its iconic spaceship, the LL928 Galaxy Explorer. Now, the ship that launched a thousand Lego spaceships (and parts of The...

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The Callisto Protocol’s director on his return to horror: ‘I don’t know what too scary is’

During Summer Game Fest, The Callisto Protocol director Glen Schofield talks about his new sci-fi horror game and how the genre has changed since the...

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How fandom built the internet as we know it, with Kaitlyn Tiffany

Her new book on the long history of fans from the Beatles and Grateful Dead to One Direction, Justin Bieber, and K-Pop Every now and again, I’m...

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Love, Death and Robots’ most beautiful episode was ‘a love letter to Moebius’

Volume 3 of Love, Death and Robots on Netflix features an episode called The Very Pulse of the Machine, and director Emily Dean explains how the...

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Neptune Frost’s radical sci-fi future

Directors Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman discuss their Afrofuturistic musical Neptune Frost, which hits theaters on June 3rd. Each story has a...

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Sheryl Sandberg on leaving Meta

In an interview, outgoing Meta chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg reflects on her 14 years building Facebook’s ads business, and what she is...

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Ikea overhauls its smart home with new Matter-ready hub and app

Ikea’s new Matter-ready Dirigera hub and Home Smart app are here to replace the Tradfri gateway. The pair ships in October with a promise of...

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Why we need a public internet and how to get one

An interview with Internet for the People author Ben Tarnoff on the creation of public, user-owned internet services in the age of Elon Musk buying...

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Blizzard is hoping Overwatch 2 leads to a superb OWL season 5

Overwatch League commissioner shares his thoughts on what Overwatch 2 will do for the esports league, which kicks off on May 5th. The fifth season of...

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A walk through the end with Naoki Yoshida

In an interview with Naoki Yoshida, the game director of Final Fantasy XIV and Final Fantasy XVI revealed details of how the latest expansion...

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How Hatching’s charmingly terrifying monster was brought to life

Gustav Hoegen, an animatronics designer who has worked on Star Wars and Jurassic World, talks about creating the monster at the heart of the Finnish...

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Netflix anime Bubble turns post-apocalyptic Tokyo into a colorful playground

In an interview, Bubble director Tetsuro Araki explains how the Netflix anime explores a new take on Tokyo. The movie hits the streaming service on...

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Government surveillance, Elon Musk, and free speech, with EFF executive director Cindy Cohn

On the frontier of fighting the NSA, combatting censorship, and holding platforms like Apple, Meta, and Google accountable. Plus, the Elon Musk and...

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How Our Flag Means Death’s creator made a period romance disguised as a pirate comedy

Our Flag Means Death creator David Jenkins opens up about writing HBO Max period romance for the modern day and why the show’s queer romance took...

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Overwatch 2’s new hero Sojourn was a long time coming

Ahead of the Overwatch 2 closed beta, Blizzard developers talk about the design, gameplay, and inspiration behind the game’s first Black female...

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Buying Twitter ‘is not a way to make money,’ says Musk in TED interview

The billionaire SpaceX and Tesla CEO made his first public comments about his Twitter takeover efforts at the TED 2022 conference. Elon Musk says...

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Ron Gilbert’s Monkey Island announcement was a joke ‘18 years in the making’

Return to Monkey Island co-writers Ron Gilbert and Dave Grossman spoke with The Verge about developing the new entry in the classic point-and-click...

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GoPro ripped out the guts of the Hero10 Black to give its bones to drones

The GoPro Hero10 Black Bones is a cut-down version of its flagship camera meant explicitly for FPV drone pilots like the one who famously blazed...

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Steve Aoki on why he’s a ‘crypto believer’

Steve Aoki launched the Aokiverse. He calls it a mix of Web3, Web2, and IRL. He also talks about the changing landscape of the music business. I have...

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The Daniels see Everything Everywhere All at Once as a story about generational love

Everything Everywhere All at Once’s co-directors open up about how chaos and generational love came to define the movie’s deeper messages....

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How Microsoft built its smart Surface camera

Microsoft has announced a Surface Hub 2 Smart Camera that automatically reframes meetings to keep everyone in focus. The Smart Camera includes smart...

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10 years later, there’s still nothing like Journey’s multiplayer

Journey is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and its multiplayer remains an incredibly memorable experience. Developer Jenova Chen talked with The...

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How Twitter plans to add its next 100 million users

Twitter’s new product leadership team details the challenges facing the company’s quest to add new users and, perhaps more importantly, get them...

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Jack Thompson still has a grudge

An interview with infamous attorney Jack Thompson, who hasn’t let go of his grudge against violent video games like Mortal Kombat, Doom, and Grand...

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