The GON gang shares some stories about Metal Gear Solid and what it means to them.
After receiving a tremendous ass-kicking from Resident Evil 2 last week, Gabe retaliates by making Javi play this modern classic for the first time.
Rocket League is amazing fun, but why does it need to be played with cars?
Resident Evil 2 is getting a full-blown remake! Let's celebrate by watching someone who has never played a game with tank controls suffer through the original!
It's Halloween time! So lets break down how PT took horror games to the next level.
This indie stealth game deserves some serious love.
Get your pitchforks ready. Here's why we do NOT like Batman Arkham City.
Years later, Journey still knocks us off our feet. Join After the FACT as they revisit one of the most beatiful video games ever.
We told you we'd be back! This week we cover one of our favorite games of the last console generation, and illustrate exactly why Uncharted 2 will be regarded as a modern classic.
After the FACT makes its grand return with a look at the game that would become a cultural phenomenon and change the online multiplayer landscape forever. Ladies and Gentlemen, Call of Duty 4.
After the FACT returns! This week we remember Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2.
Xbox One is here! A lot of people are disappointed. Find out what we think!
Metal Gear Solid once meant the world to me but after so many disappointments, it just might be time to let it go.
It's time for more After The FACT! This week we take a look at Star Fox 64.
We all remember pouring our change into arcade beat-em-ups at the local pizzeria, but are they as fun as we remember? Lets find out!
EA goofed the launch of SimCity. What does it mean for the future of DRM?
Was Far Cry 3 really that good? Gabe lays down the law on this week’s After The FACT!
The PlayStation 4 event has come and gone but after the dust has settled, how did Sony actually do?
What's up with Bungie's new IP? Also, why Randy Pitchford isn't doing himself any favors...
Against all odds, Metroid blasted its way into the third dimension with the help of a then-unknown development studio from Texas!