Megadrive to Mega Hit: Why Video Games Are So Tied to Club Music
From 'Wip3out' to The Black Madonna premiering a track in 'GTA V,' there's a long history of software and hardware linking electronic music to gaming.
How the Commodore Amiga Turned Andy Warhol into a Computer Artist
Commodore tried to upstage Apple by bringing out Andy Warhol and Deborah Harry for its Amiga launch event. It didn’t work, but Warhol showed genuine excitement for the platform.
The 64 Is a New Computer for Old People Who Like To Throw Money Away
Who needs to play on a PlayStation 4 when, soon, there'll be a new way to get Commodore 64 "classics" on your HD TV.
A Guide to the Worst Video Game Controllers Ever Made
From the Atari Jaguar pad to the giant monstrosity that was the original Xbox controller.
Here’s a Very 90s Ad for the Camerica Freedom Stick
It didn’t really work any better than a TV remote.
This Documentary Explores the Life of Commodore Creator Jack Tramiel
The father of the best-selling personal computer built machines "for the masses not the classes."
Play the Video Game Elon Musk Coded When He Was 12
In 1984, Elon went by "E. R." and he made a bad video game.
The Past, Present, and Future of Iconic Game Developer Team17
The British institution has an amazing track record of putting out innovative indie games.
How Ocean Software Finally Made Movie-License Video Games Worth Playing
For years, games based on films were terrible. But then came quite the sea change.
Role-Playing Games Have Been My Life Before I Even Knew What They Were
How I discovered the joys of a sometimes confusing, often trope-ridden genre.
I'll Never Love a Computer Like I Loved the Commodore Amiga
With a massive catalogue available to anyone with a penchant for piracy, the Amiga defined a generation of British gamers.
Chef's Night Out: Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin of Ovenly
Agatha and Erin of Greenpoint bakery Ovenly take us on an afternoon drink and snack spree around Brooklyn, hitting their favorite spots for nachos, donuts, and booze.