For years, games based on films were terrible. But then came quite the sea change.
Devolver Digital is a small and passionate team that just wants to put the best titles in front of the most people—it's really that simple.
With a million copies pre-ordered, there's no way 2015's biggest RPG can disappoint. Right?
Six years after the Canadian First Nations woman's death, there are more questions than answers.
We spoke to two folklorists in order to better understand gaming's obsession with rescuing damsels in distress, and things got dark.
With its goofy story and newcomer-friendly options, NetherRealm's fighter is a hardcore game with a soft, quite possibly skewered, heart.
This is going to be a bumper year for Final Fantasy fans, so here's a guide to some of the most memorable scenes from the 28-year-old franchise so far.
Why does the blockbuster shooter lag behind other titles when it comes to gender diversity?
Flamed on its original release by series fanboys, 'DmC' deserves its second chance on new-gen consoles.
A decade ago, a new handheld emerged to rival the DS and PSP. But the system didn't simply suck—the entire enterprise was utterly corrupt.
Years of rejection shows how ignorant TV commissioners are when it comes to the medium's future, and their own careers.
A slew of scandals have tarnished the burgeoning industry of e-sports, snaring some of the biggest players on the planet and bringing about appalling real-world tragedies.
The greatest SNES RPG ever made, 'Chrono Trigger' defies time and trends to be as playable today as it ever was.
The debut game from OSome Studio is unsettling, imperfect, and absolutely memorable.
Love video games but are utterly terrible at them? Fret not, for you, too, can become a watcher.
The freshly remastered Majora's Mask is a Zelda game unlike any other, where pertinent lessons are there to be learned.
One of 2015's most anticipated video games has sound design that's every bit as innovative as its gameplay.
The goal of Emile Klein's You're US project is to paint portraits of three people from every state—cycling from subject to subject. So far, he's traveled 14,000 miles and painted 40 Americans from ten different states.
Before reading the official report, the investigator announced his intention to use every tool at his disposal to protect Fateh. He kicked out everyone who had gathered—the journalists, political activists, civil-society organizations, and curious onlooke…
I wanted to get closer to latex's special type of power, so I followed it to its source—Japaratinga, Brazil. There I met Willi Graber, a Swiss fetishist who established the communal kink-factory of his dreams in a beachside jungle, just an hour's drive fr…