My Woke Dad Tries to Explain Microaggressions
In this column, we ask our dads about woke terms and issues.
My Woke Dad Tries to Explain the Gender Pay Gap
In this new column, we ask our dads about woke terms and issues.
Want to Heal Yourself from 'Toxic Whiteness'? This Class Can Help
The people behind publication Everyday Feminism are offering a course that aims to educate people of privilege so "individual people of colour don't have to".
When Good Games Make Bad Decisions About How to End
Not every game needs a final boss battle. In fact, forcing one into the story might very well ruin it.
'Clustertruck' Is a Physics Nightmare That’s Hilarious and Fun to Play
Jumping from one truck doesn't sound like a recipe for comedy, but 'Clustertruck' manages to be a smart, interesting platformer that'll have you laughing the whole time, too.
How the New Video Game 'Virginia' Found a Voice Without Dialogue
Variable State's new game, 'Virginia', is a mystery inspired by 'Twin Peaks' and 'The X-Files.' But unlike those shows known for their banter, the characters in <i>Virginia</i> don't say a word.
A Terrible 'Super Mario Maker' Clone on Steam Actually Has a Few Good Ideas
If Nintendo won't release its games on PC, opportunistic developers are prepared to release basically the same thing.
The Adorable Robots of ‘ReCore’ are the Stars of an Otherwise Average Video Game
Microsoft's new exclusive isn't a blockbuster in waiting, but its AI stars are among the best companion characters you'll see in 2016.
Inside the Nasty Backlash Against 'No Man's Sky'
After years of hype and anticipation, the reality of No Man's Sky has fractured fans, developers, and gaming communities.
Postcards from the Edge of the Universe: A ‘No Man’s Sky’ Gallery
Everyone's experience of <i>No Man's Sky</i> is going to be different, and yet, some of these sights are sure to remind you of worlds you've visited.
People Are Using 'No Man’s Sky' To Memorialize Lost Family Members
For some, a game about wonder and discovery has become a quiet place to remember the dead.
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