Why has Nintendo for the most part avoided mature-themed games on its platforms? And what about the few titles that have slipped through?
It's not uncommon for games to recycle levels and environments, even between sequels. But is it always for cheap effect, or can it say something special?
Videogame voice actor, motion capture performer, and -- yes -- film director Bill Watterson cracks open a couple beers with our resident cinema expert on his new feature film.
Poppy tentpole summer fare it may be, but our reviewer didn't exactly expect to get punched in the feels.
Howard Shore's videogame counterpart poured years of intensive study into Tolkien's worlds before he scored The Lord of the Rings Online.
The largest whiskey bottle to ever exist won't save this film.
Start *clap* appropriating *clap* daddy *clap* culture.
However much of a trainwreck you think it will be, it's even more of one than that.
No really. Why not?
When nostalgia for the sake of nostalgia doesn't work
On the eve of Mafia III, it's a good time to recall this diamond in the rough. Yes, seriously. It was great.
Here goes nothing.
Brock Wilbur takes a look at how beloved game franchises have stalled or vanished from the public eye. This time, we tackle beloved 1990s platformer and cartoon franchise Earthworm Jim.
Home on the remains
In the wake of XCOM 2, Brock Wilbur looks back on what makes the pessimistic strategy series tick