How the Most Shocking Death in 'God of War Ragnarok' Came About
A spoiler-filled discussion with the storytellers of the latest God of War about what it means to kill a character you love.
PlayStation VR2 Is Delightful, Expensive, And Needs More Video Games
Sony's produced the slickest virtual reality headset yet, but outside of the standout 'Horizon,' it's full of old games.
PlayStation CEO Would Rather Talk About His Cats’ Birthday Than Abortion Rights
Sony PlayStation executive Jim Ryan asked staff to respect all abortion opinions in an email that also had five paragraphs about his cats.
One Dev’s Xbox Struggles May Show How Game Pass Is Already Changing Games
The 2016 cult action game 'Furi' is getting updated for 2022, except on Xbox, where the developers couldn't make the math work.
Ukraine Calls on Sony and Xbox to Cut Off Russian Gamers
Ukraine’s Vice Prime Minister has penned an open letter calling on the world's gaming companies to cut off Russia.
Sony Paid Billions for Bungie and 'Destiny,' But What Are They Buying?
Video game acquisitions are accelerating, and it turns out Bungie was next. What Sony paid $3.6 billion for, however, is an open question.
Ratchet & Clank's Nearly 20-Year History Started With a Graph Paper Note
You can track the storytelling evolution of modern video games through a gameplay programmer writing the script for Ratchet & Clank.
Epic vs. Apple Trial Accidentally Reveals Sony's Hatred of Cross-Play
The company infamously dragged their feet on enabling cross-play for PlayStation owners in 2018. Now, we better understand why.
‘Toverblade’ Brings Lo-Fi Chill Beats to Deckbuilders
Toverblade embodies chill, from soundtrack to mechanics.
Like Baseball Itself, 'MLB The Show 21' Is Looking for a New Audience
You can finally build it on Xbox, but what comes after?
We’re in the Beginning of a PS1 Aesthetics Renaissance
Indie developers of all kinds are looking to the late 90’s low poly aesthetic for inspiration.
How Sony Forged, Then Squandered, Its Relationship With Linux Users
How Sony screwed up 15 years of goodwill with developers and open-source users by removing Linux support from its console—support hacked back in anyway.