The Politics of ‘BioShock Infinite’ Are All the Worse When Revisited in a Heated Election Year
But while its narrative is politically pessimistic, Irrational's shooter was, and remains, very positive about video games as a form.
Twenty Years Later, ‘Die Hard Trilogy’ Shows Us How Video Games Can ‘Do Movies’ Right
Film tie-in games have a reputation for being, mostly, terrible. But Probe's 1996 title was a wonderful, inspirational exception.
There’s Always a Man: BioShock’s Jordan Thomas Discusses the Acclaimed Trilogy
An essential member of the teams behind BioShock and its sequels, Thomas tells us about aiming for Aliens but producing Pitch Black.
Milo Yiannopoulos’ Twitter Ban Highlights #Gamergate’s Ongoing Struggle for Direction
Contrary to the now-banned @Nero's self-serving intentions, video gaming isn't falling apart, but enjoying a period of renewal.
For Better or Worse, the Original ‘Watch Dogs’ Did Violence Differently Than Most Video Games
So many open-world games make violence just a thing that happens to nameless nobodies. Watch Dogs, for all its faults, changed that.