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.
The Genesis classic that misguidedly sacrificed story for the sake of value.
What do we do when the worst elements of the Internet maliciously claim to 'defend' gaming?
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.
Sonic's slow slide into irrelevance began when he first got upstaged in his own franchise.
In search of the true face of the storied Metal Gear protagonist.
The predecessor of the Soul Calibur series, and a forgotten classic in its own right, 1995's Soul Blade for the Sony PlayStation made an indelible mark on what I look for in video games from the moment its bombastic opening theme song crashed through the screen.
We asked Bit Bazaar coordinator Jennie Faber to tell us what ranks as a do-not-miss at this weekend's arcade-meets-zine-fair spring market.
Enter for a chance to win one of two Steam codes for Whole Hog Games' Full Bore (Parts 1 and 2), courtesy of Dork Shelf and Nkidu Games!
An interview with the lead developer of Toronto indie game TECHNOLUST: a virtual reality adventure set in the world of 1980s cyberpunk fiction, exclusively for Oculus Rift.
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.
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.