How 'Hades' Actors Made the Internet Horny for Their Voices
Voice acting doesn't turn performers into audio sex symbols very often, but the cast of 'Hades' is finding out what it's like.
The YouTubers Keeping Pets Entertained During the Pandemic
With pets stuck inside for months with no escape from their owners, "pet TV" has become a booming YouTube genre.
'Astrologaster' Asks if Bad Medicine Can Make a Good Doctor
An historical comedy of astrological medicine in a time of plague has surprising insight about the problems of modern healthcare.
How a Bizarre VR Festival Encapsulated NYU's Awful COVID-19 Response
NYU’s Grad Alley, a virtual reality graduation celebration, can’t cover up its response to coronavirus.
What It's Like When Gaming Helps You Get Sober
Four people working toward sobriety describe their insights from the games that have helped them the most with addiction.
The Walking Sim Is a Genuinely New Genre, And No One Fully Understands It
Nobody set out to make one of this decade's most influential styles of game. It just happened. What's next?
How a Young Adult Author Got Her Start Writing 'Pride and Prejudice' Fanfic About Neopets
Trying to escape the colonial baggage of English literature, Jordan Ifueko took her fantasies to Neopia.
How an Augmented Reality Game Escalated into Real-World Spy Warfare
She led hundreds of real people on secret missions for a make-believe cause.