The Idea of a "Good Ending" Is One of the Bleakest Parts of 'Metro Exodus'
The latest in the apocalyptic shooter series has us looking at long, slow violence on a world that needs much more.
After Three Hours of 'Metro Exodus,' I Was Surprised By How Much I Laughed
In a sea of post-apocalyptic shooters, the game's world building and dark comedy could set it apart.
Watch an Old School Train Graffiti Mural Come to Life
Australian graffiti icon SOFLES puts his mark on Bucharest's famously colorful train system.
Dear Video Games: Please Reconsider Your "Emotional" E3 Trailer Music
Your covers and repurposing of music used elsewhere is a distraction, not an enhancement.
A No Bullshit Conversation With The Authors Behind The Witcher and Metro 2033
Witcher novelist Andrzej Sapkowski says he doesn't owe games anything, but Metro 2033 author Dmitry Glukhovsky thinks games made them both.
Artist Creates Simple, Beautiful Subway Maps for 100 Different Cities
Your morning commute doesn't have to be a complete eyesore.
Artificial Intelligence Could Help Prevent Subway Suicide Attempts
Because humans can’t watch everything at once.
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An Ordinary Laundry Day Takes a Bizarre Turn in the Music Video for Princess Century's "Metro"
You'll never look at a bubblegum lollipop the same way again.
The Immobile Masses: Why Traffic Is Awful and Public Transit Is Worse
Problems in San Francisco, New York, and DC highlight the failure of the funding model for mass transit.
'I Have to Admit I Am a Little Scared': Europeans React to the Brussels Attacks
We got in touch with VICE's European offices to find out whether young people in their countries have grown desensitized to terrorism or whether today's events are yet another reason to be frightened.
The VICE Morning Bulletin
This morning, Republicans refuse to back Obama's Supreme Court nominee, Kurdish militants claim responsibility for a suicide attack in Ankara, and Hillary Clinton will guest star on "Broad City."
Most Public Transit Systems Are Too Big for Humans to Comprehend
A group of mathematicians and physicists tried to quantify just how impossible it is to navigate big cities.