Ubisoft's Paris is designed to make you feel like an Assassin.
Last week's launch event inadvertently demonstrated the potential for gaming and live performance.
Bigger is not always better when it comes to entertainment.
The gaming press needs to stop allowing publishers to dictate the terms of engagement.
We shouldn't wait for corporate approval before revisiting old favorites.
The festival of writerly games returns to the Toronto Reference Library on Saturday.
What does an RPG look like when the villain is allowed to win?
If nothing else, the adaptation of Alien 3 finds the humanity at the heart of the franchise.
We spoke with Gamercamp's organizer and co-founder Jaime Woo about the evolution of the event, why he's bringing it to a close, and what's next for Toronto's independent video game development scene.
Saving the universe, one fist-bump at a time.
A look at some of the best games from this weekend's Pop-Up Arcade.
A bittersweet goodbye to one of Toronto's most memorable gaming events.
#gamergate is a hate campaign. It's time to put it to an end.
Everything you need to know about Gamercamp's final weekend.
The completely bonkers Adventures of Batman and Robin for the Sega Genesis introduced Batman via Contra.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of passes to the Gamercamp Level 6 Pop Up Arcade in Toronto on October 19th!
In honour of Thanksgiving, here are some of the games we're thankful for.
Before Gotham, Oswald Cobblepot was a gimmick-stealing villain in Sega's movie adaptation.