The stylish sci-fi game is scratching a metroidvania itch that I never knew I had.
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.
We take a tour of 20 Mission, a dorm-style apartment complex in San Francisco where tech developers live, work, and party together under one roof.
Normally, console discontinuations wash over you, but there is something especially sad about the end of the 360's run.
The annual event in San Francisco is less about the games on show, more the people who are making them.
The new VR game casts you as the lone survivor of a catastrophic space station accident.
Cyanide's adaptation of the pen-and-paper game is aiming to deliver a terrifying atmosphere, not cheap jump scares.
Strange things do happen in America's national parks, which is why Campo Santo's new game is so full of dread.
I don't make video games—I play them. And yet at the end of January I found myself on a game jam team that had to build an original game from scratch in just 48 hours.
Jonathan Blow's comeback is a magical achievement that has little to do with video gaming precedent.
I spoke to a flesh-and-blood paranormal investigator about Night School's indie game spooks.
‘The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human’ Is a Cool Game That Raises the Hot Topic of Climate Change
Swedish indie studio YCJY's new title is an underwater Metroidvania set long after the seas have consumed our way of living.