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Megadrive to Mega Hit: Why Video Games Are So Tied to Club Music

From 'Wip3out' to The Black Madonna premiering a track in 'GTA V,' this is the story of how software and hardware linked electronic music to gaming.
Mat Ombler

The 64 Is a New Computer for Old People Who Like To Throw Money Away

Who needs to play on a PlayStation 4 when, soon, there'll be a new way to get Commodore 64 "classics" on your HD TV.
Mike Diver
VICE vs Video games

Incomplete Control: These Are the Worst Pads We’ve Ever Played With

Honestly, it's not just 1,500 words about the Atari Jaguar pad, I promise. But there is a bit of that. More than a bit. It was awful.
Mike Diver
VICE vs Video games

How Ocean Software Finally Made Movie-Licence Video Games Worth Playing

For years, games based on films were shit. But then came quite the sea change.
Ewen Hosie
VICE vs Video games

The Past, Present and Future of Iconic Games Developer Team17

Famous for <i>Worms</i> and <i>Alien Breed</i>, the British institution now stands for innovative indie games.
Matt Porter
VICE vs Video games

Role-Playing Games Have Been My Life, Before I Even Knew What One Was

Ahead of the release of 2015's biggest role-playing game, 'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt', VICE contributor Ian Dransfield documents his own life in RPGs.
Ian Dransfield
VICE vs Video games

I'll Never Love a Computer Like I Loved the Commodore Amiga

With a massive catalogue available to anyone with a penchant for piracy, the Amiga defined a generation of British gamers.
Ian Dransfield

Chef's Night Out: Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin of Ovenly

Agatha and Erin of Greenpoint bakery Ovenly take us on an afternoon drink and snack spree around Brooklyn, hitting their favourite spots for nachos, doughnuts, and booze.
Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin