Dork Shelf is on-site with interviews, updates, and observations throughout the weekend.
Developers have three days to make a game. Dork Shelf has the details.
Nick Pagee discusses the innovative search for art in technology at TIFF Kids digiPlaySpace, an interactive playground currently on display at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto.
HBO's landmark series is one of the best things on television. Even for those who don't watch television.
The Toronto developer (and IGF Nominee) comments on the unexpected two-year journey that took him from TCAF to GDC.
The futuristic playground introduces children (and adults) to the marvels of modern interactive technology.
A South Park video game with input from creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone carries weighty expectations. You enter thinking South Park: The Stick of Truth should leave an impact, that it won’t be good unless it so offends and delights your sensibilities that you won’t be able to look at other games the same way again. And that’s more or less what happens. Just not for the reasons you’re expecting.
The sixth annual Gottacon gaming convention blends the casual and the competitive when it kicks off in Victoria this weekend.
A gamer and a comedian, Second City veteran Kris Siddiqi talks about his video-game themed improv show and the benefits of dying for an audience.
The PS4 is being sold with potential rather than product, and there's still not much to play. But with subscription services like PlayStation Plus, Eric argues, the future of games isn't looking too shabby.
Ubisoft Toronto knocked one out of the park with Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist. But in the real world, violence, guns and the military's portrayal in popular media remains a complicated topic. Eric investigates where the two intersect.
THOUGHT BUBBLE: Eric digs deep into Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and finds life lessons about work ethic, libertarianism, Occupy Wall Street and commercialism. Is the pirate-Assassin's lifestyle the most satisfying kind out there?
Archive, Memoria Technica is one of the dozens of video games appearing at this weekend's Bit Bazaar Winter Market.
Our Gamercamp video interview with veteran Assassin's Creed scribe Jill Murray.
Nintendo is falling behind with a holiday lineup that nobody will be talking about, writes Eric. Is its consistency worth the predictability?
The Gamercamp Honours Ceremony told the story of one manic weekend that helped spawn an entire gaming community.
Ubisoft brought out the palm trees, Jolly Rogers and bottles of rum for a preview of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. Read Eric's initial impressions of the latest game in Ubisoft's flagship series.
Gamercamp will celebrate the Toronto Independent Game Jam at the inaugural Gamercamp Honours Ceremony on Friday, Nov. 1. Do you have any stories about TOJam? Share them using the Twitter hashtag #TOJamXOXO!