<p>Patrick Klepek is the Senior Reporter at VICE Gaming, and he's been covering video games for more than 10 years. He secretly wishes he was writing about horror movies every day.</p>
We think of bug testing as people in an office, playing a game over and over. These days, it's more complicated.
The company told the app's developer that it was not compliant with App Store policy.
A sequel to one of the most influential horror games is a tough follow-up, and while 'Rebirth' isn't a revolution, it's a scary and fun evolution.
'The Collage Atlas' attempts to bridge the gap between artist and player by making the art front and center, impossible to ignore.
'Xerxes Shadow' is something that looks like the effort of a massive team. Instead, it's being made by one person.
One person's quest to buy an RTX 3080, a piece of tech sold out seemingly everywhere, sent them to some wild places on the Internet.
When the BLM protests began, Coffee Stain changed their approach to fostering indie studios.
The surprise hit of 2020 has no characters, and yet, it's proven so popular that it's inspiring fan art.
It's not an entirely successful experiment, but having a totally different way to experience Mario is a welcome one.
Developer Supergiant Games explains how they built a game around death that people can't stop playing.
EA finally gives us the Star Wars dogfighting game fans have wanted for years.
A tremendous mashup of hard-as-nails action and innovative storytelling in a package that, normally, would turn a lot of people off.