The gaming year so far has already taught us a huge amount about the state of the games industry, including what makes a successful game and how developers and publishers are making their money.
2018 has been a fantastic year of gaming for Japanese publishers, and as such all eyes will be on Japanese gaming at E3.
The new God of War is an excellent reboot that still struggles to contextualize its violence.
The "Where Dark Things Dwell" escape game returns this Spring 2018 and we want to give you and your friends a chance to break the Black Creek curse courtesy of Secret City Adventures!
The debut title from Toronto's Reptoid Games is an entrancing effort about digging up old bones.
The retro brawler with a twist is a fresh, fun, and fascinating take on one of gaming's oldest genres.
On this episode of Play Dead, Gabby talks with Dan Salvato, the creator of the critically-acclaimed, romance-slash-horror visual novel game Doki Doki Literature Club.
Microtransactions and loot boxes have made video games far less immersive.
Twitch is one of the fastest growing streaming sites on the internet, but how does Twitch make money?
The recent event was a sign of things to come as the Toronto Media Arts Centre prepares to move into its new home.
At what point do financial considerations damage the artistic integrity of a video game?
Sledgehammer still needs to grapple with gaming's toxic culture and the uncomfortable history of WWII.
The annual festival collects innovative and thought-provoking VR experiences from around the world.
We can only hope that Quantic Dream's upcoming cyberpunk thriller follows through on a fantastic demo.
The founders of Reptoid Games discuss Fossil Hunters, the Ubisoft Indie Series, and the origins of their studio.
Ubisoft's Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is a bold reinterpretation of Mario that makes the case for more outside-the-box thinking.
In this episode of Full Hearts, Braydon and Natalie speak to independent game developer and photographer N Maxwell Lander about exploring sex in games, kink and sexuality, and games about ƒµ©*¡π§!
Sony's upcoming PSVR lineup is exciting, but there still aren't many reasons to take one home.