Gorgeous 'Birdspotting' Trailer Has No Hunting and No Shooting. Just Being
Let's return to a simpler place and time, in games and in life.
The Starving Artist Simulator Is Everything You Ever Wanted—Minus the Debt!
Do you have what it takes to balance rent, baguette, and wine costs while making your art career flourish?
Corporate Spaces Become Mysterious Video Game Places in 'Islands'
Carl Burton's new game is an atmospheric experience that turns familiar scenes into strange landscapes.
How the Abstraction of ‘RimWorld’ Highlights Real-Life Medical and Moral Dilemmas
How much is that kidney in the window?
How Scuba Diving Inspired a Realistic Underwater Video Game
Talking 'Abzû' with game developer Matt Nava (artistic director on 'Journey' and 'Flower').
I Can’t Keep ‘Headlander’ Out of My Mind
The stylish sci-fi game is scratching a metroidvania itch that I never knew I had.
Meet the Man on a Mission to Make the Worst Video Game Ever
Sos Sosowski's Mosh Pit Simulator is a broken, buggy mess of a game. And that's OK, as we find out in a conversation with the uniquely minded Polish developer.
Goodbye, Xbox 360, and Thanks for the Memories
Normally, console discontinuations wash over you, but there is something especially sad about the end of the 360's run.
Inspiration, Emulation, and Diversification at the 2016 Game Developers Conference
The annual event in San Francisco is less about the games on show, more the people who are making them.
'ADR1FT' Throws You into the Isolating Experience of Being Lost in Space
The new VR game casts you as the lone survivor of a catastrophic space station accident.
The New 'Call of Cthulhu' Horror Game Is a Trip into Insanity
Cyanide's adaptation of the pen-and-paper game is aiming to deliver a terrifying atmosphere, not cheap jump scares.
The Real Horror of ‘Firewatch’ Makes It More Terrifying Than Most So-Called Scary Games
Strange things do happen in America's national parks, which is why Campo Santo's new game is so full of dread.