Forget the movie. Activision's $65 pile of garbage is truly insulting to Ghostbusters fans.
Eric and Jon discuss Gone Home, Resident Evil 7: Beginning Hour, and the fragmented games journalism landscape.
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Sony's E3 press conference was a good reminder that content always comes first when it comes to gaming.
The Director of 1979 Revolution: Black Friday discusses the challenges of documentary game making.
Warcraft is a great looking adaptation that occasionally forgets to be a movie and not a video game.
The 2016 version of Doom is the rare video game that makes its violence feel righteous.
Uncharted 4: A Thief's End is a somber yet thrilling outing that serves as a satisfying coda to the franchise.
Talking The Witness, 1979 Revolution, and what it's like to watch Game of Thrones now that the show is ahead of the books.
Ratchet and Clank is a mediocre film but a decent template for future video game adaptations.
Star Fox Zero once again proves that motion controls don't always make games better.
1979 Revolution is the rare video game that brings nuance and humanity to conflict in the Middle East.
On Borken Telephone, dazzling wordplay and a daredevil experiment combine for an excellent nerd rock record.
The Show is an excellent reminder of the storytelling potential in sports video games.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is a perplexing combination of source material and director.
Unlike Iron Man, Captain America recognizes that doing the right thing is never supposed to be easy.
How does a platform like Gaming4Keeps change the landscape of professional gaming?