Let's give a positive sendoff to a turbulent summer.
The Sega-themed rock band discusses its debut album Genesis.
On the troubling visual similarities between real violence and its simulated counterpart.
The ESA's annual report emphatically disproves the notion that women don't play games.
Commemorating the Steam debut of David O'Reilly's Mountain with a list of gaming's greatest summits.
In honor of Shark Week, here are five of the deadliest sharks in gaming.
A terrible video game deserves a terrible score, even if the gameplay systems work.
After some early struggles, the Wii U is finally evolving into a console worthy of your consideration.
A plea for a more polite conversation about video games.
Aiden Pearce and the terror of a righteous protagonist in a game without a hero.
In the spirit of Thor, here are five male video game characters that would benefit from a change of gender.
Dork Shelf is revisiting classic video games to see how well they hold up today. The new series kicks of with SEGA's Streets of Rage, starring Blaze Fielding.
The IeSF is now open to women, but the latest controversy is still a reminder that traditional sports does not provide the best template for digital competition.
Actor Rainbow Sun Francks discusses the portrayals of gamers on TV in the latest episode of CTV's The Listener.
SPACE/OFF co-creator merritt kopas discusses interstellar space battles, breakups, and the importance of selling your video game.
Kim Koronya discusses the logistical challenges she faced as a new mother while participating in April's TOJam 9.
The Toronto Comic Arts Festival's co-founder talks about once again taking over the Toronto Reference Library this weekend, and its collaborative work with video games, Comics vs. Games, now entering its third year - and the third dimension.
Dork Shelf is on-site with interviews, updates, and observations throughout the weekend.