Rocksteady's final chapter in its Arkham trilogy is bigger than any previous Batman game—but will it make its size count?
Check out the new video and read our short interview with the singer-songwriter, who's releasing her third full-length in the fall.
We Skyped with the Golden Bear-winning director about her process, her feminine perspective, and what it was like to work with Jennifer Connelly.
Everybody from Liars to Battles to Deerhoof and the Dirty Projectors owe a great debt to the Mothmen's interlocking riffs and rhythms, whether they know it or not.
We talked to the notorious shock peddler about his reputation, his "dark view of humanity," and whether he's worried about life imitating his art.
Famous for Worms and Alien Breed, the British institution has an amazing track record of putting out innovative indie games.
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.
Tim Jacobus explains how a fascination with famed prog rock painter Roger Dean led him to creating one of the most iconic series of book covers of the 90s.
I chatted with Martin about his new album, his old band, and how geeking out about synths in interviews gets "very boring."
Vangardist publisher Julian Wiehl talks about the fight against HIV discrimination.
Is it OK to be the bad guy when you're not really a bad guy? Or does playing evil reveal a dark side that you never recognized before?
We talked to her about staging photos, humor, and why she quit photojournalism.
Traveller's Tales's latest LEGO game gives you scenes from the film series to play within—and then lets you loose with the attractions.
We spoke to two folklorists in order to better understand gaming's obsession with rescuing damsels in distress, and things got dark.
A conversation with indie developer Lucas Pope about his new game, Return of the Obra Dinn, and his award-winning breakthrough, Papers, Please.
Naomi Jacobs went to bed a 32-year-old woman and woke up believing she was a teenager again. After temporarily losing 17 years of memories from a rare form of amnesia, Jacobs wrote a memoir about piecing her life back together.
The touring car driver has been hands-on with Slightly Mad's racer for some time, and he's thrilled to have steered it towards expected success.
With its goofy story and newcomer-friendly options, NetherRealm's fighter is a hardcore game with a soft, quite possibly skewered, heart.
Micșunica and Magdalena told me they were both abused at the hands of their alcoholic, unemployed husbands.
The Rhode Island noise duo's Brian Gibson is about to shake up a stale gaming genre with Thumper.
"I stop tourists from only using drugs on their holiday by selling them fake shit."
An interview with Polish Green Party MP, Anna Grodzka.
Owen Harris's game is so effective at calming stress it has made grown men cry.