Behind the Twitter Account that Documents Italians Getting Mad About Food
Hell hath no fury like an Italian who sees you disrespecting mozzarella.
Floridians Are Coping With Irma Using Memes and Fake Facebook Events
The authors of the pages say they’re just trying to make the best of a bad situation.
Building a Better 'Nidhogg'
For his next trick, Mark Essen wants to expand and improve on his minimalist masterpiece.
Making Grand Video Game Tragedy in ‘Elsinore’
Golden Glitch Studio’s ‘Elsinore’ is an attempt to capture Shakespearean drama in a game.
How the 'Law and Order' of Gaming Has Lasted for 15 Years
Few expected the Ace Attorney series to make inroads worldwide, least of all Capcom. But now its newest installment has come West, the impressive <em>Spirit of Justice</em>.
Drugs in Video Games
Magic and Mushrooms: What Happens When Video Games Take Drugs Seriously?
We speak to the makers of <em>We Happy Few</em> and <em>LISA</em> about proper drug representation in gaming.
'Netrunner' Is an Expensive Hobby, But There's a Free, Unofficial Version Online
A freelance software developer from Belgium got a cease and desist from Netrunner's creator, but his site is still up.