E3 Opened to the Public, and the Public Loved It
For the first time ever, 15,000 die-hard gamers were allowed into the industry’s most exclusive trade show—and they are so pure and full of hope.
Why 'Super Mario Maker' Didn’t Kill the Mario Hacking Community
A niche community of heroes keeps the crude hacker spirit alive in Mario.
Relive the Torrid Human Dramas of Old AIM Chats in 'Emily Is Away Too'
A game that rethinks nostalgia.
the legend of zelda
Finding All 900 Korok Seeds in 'Breath of the Wild' Is a Journey Into Madness
Take it from the players hundreds of hours in: do not try this at home, kids.
These Incredible Game Animations Were Made With a Neural Network
Here’s to hoping it leads to Assassin’s Creed and Mass Effect characters that move around like humans rather than twerking robots.
Here's How Nintendo Can Turn the Switch Into a VR Headset
A YouTuber hacked together a proof of concept.
Was Uber CEO Travis Kalanick Really the 2nd Best 'Wii Tennis' Player in the World? An Investigation
We have some questions.
What Will Happen to Gaming's Most Ambitious Experiment When Its Creators Die?
The 'Dwarf Fortress' developer duo ensures the future of their decades-long simulation development project by gifting the code to archivists in their will.
I Got High and Schwifty Inside 'Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality' for 4/20
The nausea-inducing, mind-bending, meta narrative never ends in Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality.
Let This Electric Love Potato onto Your Desktop and into Your Soul
We spend our days in a virtual wasteland of loneliness, so why not take this desktop-enabled Potato companion along for the ride?
Nintendo of Japan's YouTube Channel Is Doing Boob Stuff
Nintendo's horny now?
What Remains of Edith Finch
A Video Game That Finally Engages with Death and Succeeds
Facing personal loss and existential terror with a demo for the upcoming What Remains of Edith Finch.