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The Makers of ‘Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture’ Reflect on Happiness and Horrors

The Chinese Room founders Jessica Curry and Dan Pinchbeck look back, a year later, at what their multi-award-winning game taught them for the future.
Lewis Gordon and Mike Diver
8.12.16
Gaming

Ten Reasons Why ‘Fallout 4’ Isn’t the Best Game of the Year

Fallout 4 is far from terrible, but the best game of the year? Come on now, BAFTA, you fantastic jokers, you.
Mike Diver
4.8.16
VICE vs Video games

A Conversation with Roll7, the Indie Studio Thrashing Gaming's Big Boys

Not even a BAFTA can buy security in a city like London, but Roll7 balances inspiration with perspiration to produce brilliant games nonetheless.
Paul Weedon
5.5.15
VICE vs Video games

This Is What the ‘Papers, Please’ Guy Is Doing Next

A conversation with indie developer Lucas Pope about Return of the Obra Dinn and his award-winning breakthrough.
Mike Diver
4.21.15
VICE vs Video games

Ten Things I Love About Video Games in 2015

From indies shutting out major studios for awards, to terrific facial hair and small-portion servings, here's what's awesome in games right now.
Mike Diver
4.10.15
VICE vs Video games

Exploring the Award-Winning Art of ‘Lumino City’ and ‘Child of Light’

We interview the people behind two of 2014's most visually striking video games.
Mike Diver
4.9.15
VICE vs Video games

This Was the Week in Video Games

'Destiny' is the game of the year, obviously, plus: the BBC is making a drama over 'GTA' and Nathan Drake's taking 2015 off.
Mike Diver
3.13.15