The brilliant Her Story is proof that the most logical path doesn't always lead to the best version of the tale.
The City of Toronto is wasting public money and discouraging cultural development. Here's what you can do to stop it.
This year's press conferences were the best in years because they emphasized games rather than technology.
E3 still loves a good military shooter, but 2015 gave us a glimpse at a more diverse gaming future.
Healers are a perennial favourite among gamers and way more important than many people give them credit for.
What it's like to discover a game that everyone else has been anticipating since 2009?
The charming Chip's Challenge 2 is an engaging puzzle game that improbably lives up to the legacy of the original.
What's that? E3 is next week? Oh well. We still stand behind every one of these foolproof predictions.
Does anybody actually care about the ten different Batmen in Rocksteady's upcoming Arkham Knight?
How did an independent Vancouver developer land one of the most famous licenses in gaming?
The Witcher III has quite a few welcome surprises even if it does have a lot of the problems you'd expect from a video game in 2015.
Form, function and fashion all come together in the best rogues.
What makes Destructive Creations' new murder simulator so much worse than the ones that came before it?
Should I feel bad about wiping out a civilization of monsters in a video game?
On death, lemons, and the unique challenges of playing Dungeons & Dragons for an audience.
The Vancouver-based developers of Warhammer 40K: Dark Nexus Arena are stopping in Toronto to showcase their upcoming MOBA.
Welcome to episode #1 of The Roundup with Elena & Meg!
Forget Grand Theft Auto. We'd happily watch a BBC drama about any of these development houses.