Shameful? Depressing? No, playing Wolfenstein: The New Order while being German is more ludicrous than you’d think.
Our September issue is here and it is bursting with goodness. Stu gives you the nickle tour.
When a game connects with us, we want to inhabit it completely. When a game recognizes this desire, the result is pure magic.
Team Unwinnable shares their thoughts on some comics they read last week including The Wicked + the Divine # 31 and Wonder Woman: Gods and Mortals.
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is a game about storytelling, so Ryan Cooper sets out to find a story to tell. He starts by picking up a hitchhiker…
The third volume of Bungo Stray Dogs ended with the promise of better things… [but this] this latest installment is so total a bit of backtracking that it’s hard not to feel as if it’s not playing at some greater thematic purpose in the clumsiest manner imaginable.
Playlists, mixes, links IM’d by friends, auto-plays based on cookies, and radio, each a tributary spiraling out in serpentines towards and through the larger rivers of our shared musical canon.