Psyonix's muscle-cars-and-massive-balls game has been a mainstay of our evenings since it came out, and we're not about to break the habit any time soon.
Since we now mainly use technology to judge ourselves, and because technology has made me cripplingly self-aware, I figured the show might teach me a couple of things about myself.
Jonathan Blow's comeback is a magical achievement that has little to do with video gaming precedent.
Everyone's an armchair detective now, and sometimes that doesn't sit comfortably.
Toby Fox's new game, currently the highest-rated PC title of all time, remembers whether you've been naughty or nice.
Ubisoft's odd little bundle of floating limbs debuted in September 1995, and despite some awful games along the way he remains relevant today.
A study earlier this week found that men are objectively terrible at getting over break-ups. We got some of our favorite male writers to tell us whether or not that's bullshit.
"Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality," by AI specialist Eliezer Yudkowsky, has commanded a sprawling, cult-like international fan base thanks to its message of rational thinking.