Game developers, writers, and journalists discuss their favourite video game endings.
Mother's Day is right around the corner, so why are depictions of mothers in video games so lazily one-dimensional?
Life is Strange: Episode 2 makes the player feel the moral weight of another character's decision.
As memorable as your first game love is, so too is the one that devastated you. We had to know: what’s the game that broke your heart?
This week, Sam and Soha revisit 2013's Bioshock Infinite with its first DLC pack, Burial at Sea, Episode One. The c_ntrollers get into character too, with their Booker and Elizabeth costumes and a bottle (or two) of Arcadia Merlot.
Which games promised the world but fell far short of expectations? Which games earned high critical praise but failed to meet our smell test? Which game most disappointed two of our writers?
Are video games art? Yes. Should we move on? Yes. A guest editorial from Ubisoft Toronto narrative designer Navid Khavari.
Dork Shelf is ready to say goodbye to winter and checked out Xbox's spring game line-up, including BioShock Infinite, Tomb Raider and Gears of War: Judgment.
Irrational Games' Bioshock Infinite, the spiritual-but-maybe-not-really sequel to 2007's Bioshock, won multiple Best of E3 awards last month. Now the entire 15-minute demonstration has been posted to the public, and...well, maybe all those journalists and bloggers were right.
Ken Levine and Irrational Games have been busy these past few years. While 2K Marin was hard at work on BioShock 2, the team that made the original game were quietly working on a game of their own: BioShock Infinite. So as you can see it’s not your Big Daddy’s BioShock. “Skyoshock”, as Tycho from […]
In this fourth podcast, Jeff tells us about the super important summer event that's been keeping him busy (is it X-Men Origins: Wolverine?), Will explains how Fallout is like Metal Gear, and Lucas drinks from the precious "I ♥ Jim" mug. The dorks talk about new TV shows, bemoan the shallow ethnic diversity in superhero troupes, and debate the state of computer gaming. Prepare to be informed, amused, and offended.
The crazy kids over at the NeoGAF.com started a bit of a photoshop meme earlier this month: What would video game box art look like if it were done in the style of Criterion Collection DVD covers? Criterion Collection films are known for their striking cover designs; a fact that the folks over at NeoGAF […]
Gametrailers.com has posted an exclusive first look at gameplay footage from BioShock 2. BioShock 2 is the sequel to 2K Games brilliant BioShock which hit consoles and PC in 2007. BioShock 2 sees the player return the underwater city of Rapture, but this time you aren’t alone. Soviet troops have stormed the undersea dystopia and […]
A new teaser site for BioShock 2: Sea of Dreams, There’s Something in the Sea, has been making the rounds online. It features a few documents concerning the kidnapping of a little girl by a red-eyed monster. The site follows a teaser trailer that came on the disc of BioShock for the PlayStation 3. Sea […]