The latest Xbox One update makes older games more accessible and successfully integrates them into the modern console experience.
You'll want to request this amazing cover the next time you wander down to your local speakeasy.
The first few hours of 1997's Fallout are overwhelming and demonstrate why character classes are so useful in complex RPGs.
Eric and Jon discuss Fallout 4 and Final Fantasy VI on the latest episode of the WhaleCast.
The new game from Nina Freeman is an incredibly personal, honest, and relatable exploration of intimacy and young sexuality.
Cloud Strife will soon be throwing down with Mario, Yoshi, PIkachu, and the rest of your favorite Nintendo mascots.
After years of waiting, a female Link will finally a playable character in an official Zelda game.
At least Nintendo is honest when asking for your money.
Unlike modern Final Fantasy, FFVI is a refreshing reminder that it used to be OK for epic games to be a little silly.
Assassin's Creed co-writer Anthony Del Col (Kill Shakespeare) talks the Salem Witch Trials, adapting a video game for comics, and more.
Microsoft has released the full list of 104 games that will soon be coming to the Xbox One thanks to backwards compatibility. It can be tough to know where to begin, so here are five classics to get you started.
Elena and Meg talk Room, the ladies-only Ocean's 11, the new Star Trek, Supergirl, and more.
Sorry folks, but the first Warcraft trailer is pretty underwhelming.
Jon Remedios is back! This week, Eric and Jon reunite to discuss Cibele and Circa Infinity.
A look back at the many important life lessons hidden within the SNES classic.
Metroid: The Sky Calls is the twelve-minute live-action fan film that you wish Nintendo would make.
These aren't necessarily the best horror games. These are just the individual moments that left us terrified.
The finale of Life is Strange demonstrates how the desire to save people can be as selfish as it is altruistic.