Free of public relations restrictions, Spector opens up about teaching, game development and his own future in this exclusive interview.
Don't-Miss E3 Stories
It's been a long E3. We spent four days learning about new video games and consoles, we put dozens of miles on our shoes, and we cranked out lots of articles and videos. Here's what we thought of this year's show.
We huddled in a trailer outside E3 proper to get our first glimpse of Hotline Miami 2. The good news: the game looks just as great as the first go-round. The bad: we might need therapy.
World of Tanks will bring free-to-play gaming to Xbox Live on an unprecedented scale; can the freemium model succeed on consoles?
Double Fine's next game is being developed with an unprecedented level of fan involvement.
Oculus Rift. Arma III and DayZ. Razer Edge. Indiecade. PC games and hardware abounded at E3, and the cross-platform push means there’s more fun to come.
The first annual Horizon conference showcased a ton of exciting indie games, including new games from noted developers Robin Hunicke, Keita Takahashi and Phil Fish.
Rocksmith, edutainment software that teaches you how to play a real guitar under the guise of a Rock Band or Guitar Hero-esque game, now morphs into Rocksmith 2014, which has an exciting new tool called Session Mode.
You may not be able to go to the biggest gaming show of the year, but if you look at enough photos, it’s just like being there.
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