Giaco Furino

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

Is ‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ Signaling America’s Wartime Fatigue?

The next Call of Duty moves the franchise further into the future and away from modern conflicts, but why?
Giaco Furino
8.16.16
Gaming

Is ‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ Signaling America’s Wartime Fatigue?

The next Call of Duty moves the franchise further into the future and away from modern conflicts, but why?
Giaco Furino
8.16.16
Gaming

A VICE Gaming Guide to the Best Licensed Board Games

Against the odds, board games based on pre-existing properties tend to be some of the best on the shelves.
Giaco Furino
7.13.16
VICE vs Video games

‘Sword Coast Legends’ Is the Dungeons & Dragons Video Game You’ve Been Waiting For

The transition from tabletop to computer screen has rarely been smooth, but D&D players might finally have a winner.
Giaco Furino
10.26.15
Music

Kurt Vile Is the Chillest Guy in Philly

We caught up with Philadelphia's constant hit maker to chat about his hometown and his new album, 'B'lieve I'm Goin Down,' which is out this Friday.
Giaco Furino
9.22.15
neckbeards

How Dungeons & Dragons Went Mainstream

We spoke to experts and game developers about the shifting culture of the revered, and increasingly non-geeky, fantasy tabletop RPG.
Giaco Furino
9.3.15
VICE vs Video games

‘Quest for Glory’ Was the Game That Taught Me Patience

The "QFG" games still elicit a special, strange, internet 1.0 thrill in me, so I had to speak to its makers, Corey and Lori Ann Cole.
Giaco Furino
8.12.15
Film

A Brief History of 60 Years of (Fictional) Female and Minority Presidents

Sela Ward isn't the first woman to be cast as the commander-in-chief, but her upcoming role in "Independence Day 2" is a sign we're slowly crawling toward more diversity in movies and television shows.
Giaco Furino
5.9.15
neckbeards

I Spent 29 Hours Watching Marvel Movies in a Pennsylvania Megaplex

I sat through more than a day's worth of big-screen explosions and super-fandom at the Ultimate Marvel Marathon in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
Giaco Furino
5.4.15
Stuff

A Private Investigator Reveals the Rules for Spying on People

A court ruled the FBI can't cut the internet to enter your home, so we spoke to a licensed P.I. to find out what's allowed—and what isn't.
Giaco Furino
4.23.15
Stuff

'Sesame Street' Remodels After 45 Seasons: Will Kids Freak Out?

We spoke to a school psychologist, a Harvard Medical School professor, and the director of Sesame Workshop's education and research team to find out what impact the changes might have on young viewers.
Giaco Furino
4.16.15
Stuff

We Asked Some Geeks to Predict the Plot of the 'X-Files' Revival

"Mulder realizes he has been asking all the wrong questions and has sublimated his own insecurities about his sexuality through his pursuit of the x-files."
Giaco Furino
3.27.15
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