violent video games
Two Researchers Challenged a Scientific Study About Violent Video Games—and Took a Hit for Being Right
How two researchers paid a price for challenging a retracted study about violent video games.
The enigmatic Suda51 and company on the forthcoming multiplayer hack-and-slash survival game that used to be Lily Bergamo.
So many open-world games make violence just a thing that happens to nameless nobodies. Watch Dogs, for all its faults, changed that.
One of video gaming's ultimate "nasties" is returning. We spoke to its makers, Arizona studio Running With Scissors.
Made possible by Bethesda: From DOOM's shotgun to more creative killing machines in Turok 2 and Unreal Tournament, here's gaming's most badass arsenal.
Made possible by Bethesda: As part of VICE Gaming's DOOM Week, we speak to id Software's Marty Stratton about rebooting a true gaming icon.
For me, Rockstar is better when it goes linear, and 'Manhunt' is one of the GTA studio's very best.
Niklas Åkerblad discusses hooking up with Dennaton, his work since, and finding a "calm limbo" for Jacket.
With its throwback visuals and OTT gore, Pixel Titans' 2017-set title is turning back the years, gruesomely.
It's funny, it's fast, and it's sometimes absolutely hilarious. You should give it a go, basically.
The original Grand Theft Auto, more than most contemporary game, is a masterstroke of subjective vision and fallible narration.
It pushes you to think about physical actions—and by extension violent ones—in a way you probably never have in a video game before.