A story about a dog, a brother.
Matt goes outside, to a concert of all things!
The world living in the husk of another.
What lurks below the surface of Yakuza 6’s dual settings?
Rob talks about how, of all things, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power helped him figure out how to address his pandemic-related anxiety.
VR, the hard way. The really hard way.
Somewhere, “Natt Narrone” is on the board of a cemetery and has been missing important emails.
Realizing you’ve been in somebody else’s shoes
It’s getting hot in here. In the July issue and on Earth.
Harry Mackin discusses the long lost last year
An interview with FMV game director, Paul Raschid.
“In our struggle to survive the present, we push the future away,”
Welcome Diego back with his haunting look at his own personal Museum of Dwellings.
Harry digs into some heavier topics via middle-grade graphic novels!
Dance has a long history of media representation during and following “plague” years.
Autumn explores cycles, hurtling towards the way out of things.
Ben gets hooked on pretending to draft players for his favorite football team, and maybe, just maybe, learns something along the way. Or not.
Whatever makes you happy. Whatever you want.
The bodily architecture of Xenoblade Chronicles.
Happy Birthday to Matt Marrone’s column!
I really like building and customizing Gundam model kits.
Meynet’s art feels delightfully reminiscent of Art Nouveau, like Alphonse Mucha’s illustrations.
“It matters little to be born in a duck-yard when one comes from a swan’s egg!”
Demon’s Souls mechanics also remind me that other people are struggling against the same challenges that I am.
February sure is long for the shortest month, right? Pass the time with the new Unwinnable Monthly.
Why aren’t the police on the side of ordinary people?
The rich and powerful never think that the problems of the common people will affect them.
Separating fact from fiction on the Internet and in the media is more difficult than ever. In the middle of a global pandemic, the consequences are potentially lethal. Could a simple browser game be part of the solution?
“I am the end. Do you understand? This world, and this tapestry, I would devour. It is my purpose.”
If death is inevitable in Outer Wilds, then so is Timberhearth.
Marshall played Firewatch and thought being a firewatcher sounded good, so he volunteered.
The game world in Breath of the Wild is filled with interesting architecture
2019 was the year I started learning Tetris.
Videogames are more accessible than ever thanks to increased digitization. Facing what will be the harshest winter in a generation, this is a godsend that is easy to miss, but should not be taken for granted.
Tagging fics is both a conversation and a function in fanfiction.
Fact: There is one single, perfect, perennial Christmas album.
“I would be grateful to see the forest come to life.”
“Every time I describe a city I am saying something about Venice.”
Korra’s way of bringing some particularly significant character flaws to light through the eyes of their children makes them feel even more like human beings.
As much as it is about the extraordinary ways in which people live their normal lives, Adventure Time is comprised of endings.