We take a look at some of the new features and characters coming to Disney Infinity 3.0.
Pixels has more respect for classic video game characters than it does for women, and that's a much better reason to hate the film.
Eric and sits down with Mare Sheppard and Raigan Burns of Metanet Software to talk about N++, the fast-paced puzzle platformer about a Ninja that explodes while navigating a minimalist sci-fi world.
We strapped into an Arwing to try out the first new Star Fox game in nine years.
In this post-San Diego Comic Con episode we invite special friend and co-host Sam Maggs to fangirl over hot dudes and superheroes with us!
Dork Shelf is giving readers the chance to win tickets to the July 21 screening of the eSports documentary and the new Cineplex eSports series in cities across Canada.
Eric and Jon reflect on the unique career and accomplishments of Nintendo President Satoru Iwata.
The President carried a timeless optimism throughout his tenure at Nintendo.
Batman doesn't kill, but the debate over Rocksteady's Arkham Knight is a reminder that saying something doesn't necessarily make it true.
Eric and Jon do some spring cleaning while discussing Bloodborne, Hohokum, Captain Toad, Cities: Skylines, and Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes.
Welcome to episode #4 of The Roundup with Elena & Meg! This week features our first co-host, Diana McCallum. Join us as we discuss the latest in film, TV, comics, and video games!
The brilliant Her Story is proof that the most logical path doesn't always lead to the best version of the tale.
Eric and Jon discuss Tale of Tales and the support structures for artistic games, as well as Her Story, Sense8, and Spin the Bottle (sort of).
The unique new film from Blast Theory will be streamed to the theatre in real-time from the streets of Toronto.
The City of Toronto is wasting public money and discouraging cultural development. Here's what you can do to stop it.
Eric and Jon recap E3 and can't agree on anything. Jon also regrets a few of his recent life decisions.
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.