As conventions proliferate, commerce rather than celebrity is increasingly becoming a key selling point for the audience.
Eric and Jon talk OlliOlli 2 and Battlefield: Hardline in Episode 13 of the WhaleCast.
The futuristic gallery uses play to demonstrate what is possible when creativity meets technology.
Pixels may not be good, but it's not the travesty some would make it out to be.
Battlefield: Hardline isn't harmless when it goes to such violent lengths to erase human empathy.
Eric and Jon talk First Person Lover, Valiant Hearts, and snowmen on the latest episode of the WhaleCast.
The gaming-themed web series is a thoughtful look at culture and the ways people relate to technology.
Eric and Jon talk Mirror's Edge, Firewatch, and GDC on the latest episode of the WhaleCast.
We spoke to the developers of Starwhal about the launch of their most recent game.
Eric and Jon talk about Power Rangers, Mortal Kombat, and video games on tour in the latest episode of The WhaleCast.
Ace Attorney doesn't apologize for being a game. Other film adaptations should learn from that example.
Temple of Yog stops in Toronto for a night of music and gaming.
Eric and Jon talk about Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Order: 1886 and criticisms of game length.
Though not as deliriously funny as you'd expect, the charming Cannibal! The Musical doesn't need to shock to entertain.
The lack of good sales data needlessly clouds the relationship between publishers and consumers.
Eric and Jon discuss LongStory, Game of Thrones, Peter Molyneux, cultural literacy, and Transistor in Episode 8 of The WhaleCast.
In honour of Family Day, here's a list of gaming's most memorable family units.
Bloom Digital's inclusive LongStory is a dating game brimming with humor and empathy.