Interesting Gaming Stories
Five years following the release of farming simulator Stardew Valley, creator Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone talks the past, the future, his fans, and more.
The Strong National Museum of Play celebrates games and play of all kinds. See how the Strong Museum in Rochester, NY, supports video-game preservation.
To celebrate The Legend of Zelda 35th Anniversary, let's take a look at the titular character's depictions through her various incarnation.
Games commonly feature endgame loops designed to keep you playing, but how does it work?
How well does Bloober Team's The Medium treat trauma, abuse, and the portrayal of evil?
We take a deep dive into the entire development history of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, looking at interviews, pre-release builds, art assets, and ROM dumps to catalog one of the greatest games of all times development.
Should Nintendo put N64, GameCube and other titles on Switch? We interviewed game preservationists about limited-run titles like Super Mario 3D All Stars.
This article contains spoilers for Cyberpunk 2077, and discussions of sexual assault, suicide, and self-harm.
The games industry owes a lot to what the film industry has done in the past century.
2020, despite all its heart-wrenching challenges, has been a fantastic year for original soundtracks in video games.
Every good hero needs his or her arsenal of weapons, and Zagreus in Supergiant Games’ Hades
For the past week I have been playing Ghost of Tsushima, and it is amazing.
"Do you think God stays in heaven because he too, lives in fear of what he's created here on Earth?" - Steve Buscemi, Spy Kids 2
Video games are an expensive hobby.
For much of its history, horror has been brushed aside as a trivial genre unworthy of serious artistic consideration.
Nostalgia is a powerful drug, and when games like Final Fantasy 7 Remake
Flash is dying. For many gamers who grew up with flash games, this is sad news.
Looking at any ten year period in gaming's history, you're going to find a ton of really great games, but the 2010s were more than that.
Molten Core. Blackrock Spire. Ahn'Qiraj.
World of Warcraft: Classic hit just before some
In 1984, William Gibson’s novel Neuromancer was released.
Tomorrow, Westerners will finally get their hands on Judgment<
I admit, I'm not great at tabletop roleplaying games.
We often go on a journey of excitement with larger-than-life characters in video games.
It's been ten years since the release of Demon's Souls, the
Gaming has grown extensively beyond the stereotyped perceptions of the medium in decades past.
Playing Super Smash Bros. Ultimate last year, I selected Wario. It was just once, I think—maybe twice.
Starblo is the name of a game that you likely haven't heard of before, but you certainly know the company who worked on it: Blizzard Enter