Interactive stories that play out through our consoles can be riveting; but the gaming medium is still seen as "weaker" than novels and movies. How do we change that?
You're bumming about the house, with time to kill. So kill it by starting, and finishing, a great game in a single sitting.
You don't need to be in the middle of a game to fall in love with this music.
A great bunch of games, really. You probably like a lot of them, too.
Some of the scenes and sounds that have made us swoon over the years.
It's not a long-player, but thatgamecompany's perfectly formed adventure is an essential experience, now coming to PS4.
The Order: 1886 is over in no time at all, but that really wouldn't matter if the hyped PS4 exclusive was actually any good.
A selection of games that hopefully won't make you throw up on yourself when it feels like the Fall of Saigon is happening between your temples.
If making artisanal mayonnaise in Brooklyn is how you'd like to eke out the rest of your existence, more power to you. I will eat the shit out of it. But if you want to actually afford that fancy mayo, along with a host of other fun luxury goods that will…
Journey is destined to be a classic video game, I think, but I found it more confused than anything.
I like doing these little portraits of all the serious-looking rock dudes in their little rock uniforms. They're soldiers.
Dude, check it: Journey are back. How back are they? Basically 100% back. Steve Perry has been replaced by Steve Perry impersonator Steve Augeri and the band has been blowing away audiences from coast to coast for the past four years.
Remember Stanley Mouse? He's the guy who did all the Journey covers, even that shitty Frontiers one. He's also the guy who basically invented the idea of rock merchandise. He's also the guy who did all the Grateful Dead's art.