Ryan Hoss and Steven Applebaum are making sure we never forget that moment when video games were primitive enough, and Hollywood was clueless enough, to stumble into such a fascinating disaster.
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments asks you to consider the nature of justice in an unexpected way.
A new virtual reality game lets you witness the civil rights movement up close.
Animals are friends, not puzzle solutions.
Marvel vs. Capcom is left on life support and its players in a state of shock.
Tutorials aren’t enough to make someone a master. You need to be ready to get out there and lose, lose, and then lose some more.
Welcome to Straw Island: Lee Griggs is a 3D artist from the UK who is currently based in Spain.
We speak to former Playdead developer Peter Buchardt about working at one of the most mysterious and high quality studios around.
Even a 5% drop is still a BUNCH of people.
Kingdom Come: Deliverance has some problems, but its quaint countryside certainly isn’t one of them.
I've been Missing a good SWERY game in my life.
Of all the different ways I’ve gained new abilities in video games, singing softly to animals as a baby fox is definitely my favourite.
This is not a review of Bayonetta. Oh no, my friend. This is something else entirely.
This comes four months after the ESRB said, as first reported by Kotaku, that it does not consider loot boxes to be a type of gambling.
Xbox One players are still trying to figure out their version of Kingdom Come: Deliverance - and mixed messages from the developer aren't helping.