Keza is the Guardian's video games editor. Previously she has been the UK editor for Kotaku and IGN, and a Eurogamer contributor.
A whole new world.
On Shadows of the Damned and more.
"Like setting a rom-com in late-sixties Vietnam."
Fit or miss?
The least dignified game demo of my life.
Too big for its dragon-leather boots.
It's a kind of magic.
How Move and 3D change the game.
Whipping up a storm.
Attack of the Clone?
Mixing it up?
Nintendogs and Cats, Pilotwings and Hollywood 61.
Back to black?
We were promised jet-slides.
Diamonds take forever.
What's changed for the international version.
Sociopolitics, tanks, strategic deployment and, er, homework.
SEGA's superseries broadens further.
Brand new old fashioned fun.
Respawn of the dead.
Fun for four.
A big step forward for the PSP?
Guitar Hero: Pop Edition.
Summoning and soundbites from director Motomu Toriyama.
A confusing first meeting with Square Enix's new MMO.
First details of NCsoft's new fantasy.
The latest and greatest thing in Japanese arcades.
A glimpse of the future.
What happened to the first one?
Tri, tri again.
The great white hope for an online JRPG.
The world's first social city-sim.
Rocking all over the lounge. Again.
Metal Gear's dad on war and exclusives.
Bringing Bond back from the brink?
The next-gen arms race.
Rock Band who?
Randy Pitchford shows us his guns.
A quick chat with Hiroyuki Kobayashi about Capcom's next big thing.
Pete Hines on Bethesda's post-apocalyptic opus.
Cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of war!
Harvest Moon's Yasuhiro Wada on the series' past, present and future.
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