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.
James and Yaw take you on a trip to Hyrule and adapt the legendary Nintendo property The Legend of Zelda.
On Borken Telephone, dazzling wordplay and a daredevil experiment combine for an excellent nerd rock record.
Dork Shelf's Chris Demelo takes a look at some of the amazing offerings at this year's installation.
The Show is an excellent reminder of the storytelling potential in sports video games.
Like time travel itself, Quantum Break is a thrilling yet uneven experiment with narrative convention in video games.
This week James and Yaw take on a little-known sci-fi video game epic known as Halo.
The Witness is an excellent game that makes colorblind players painfully aware of their inability to play it.
How does a platform like Gaming4Keeps change the landscape of professional gaming?
MachiaVillain looks like the perfect combination of a responsible career path and classic Hallowe’en costumes. It’s like if Don Hinson put you in charge of a low rise in Amityville.
Allameen Ally (a.k.a. the TheAnonAlly) takes the first Cineplex World Gaming Canadian Championship.
Enter for a chance to win an Xbox One copy of Far Cry Primal signed by stars Elias Toufexis and Dylan Taylor.
Gaming4Keeps is a new platform that allows any gamer to make (and lose) real money with every kill.
Matt Faithfull advances to the final round of Cineplex's World Gaming Canadian Championships.
The Ice Age megafauna (and Far Cry Primal costars) are the focus of the latest Special Exhibit in Toronto.
In episode one of The Development Slate, James and Yaw tackle Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?
Campo Santo's stunning Firewatch gradually makes you question your own perception of reality.