Don’t worry about all that trash our society produces – we’re going to need it to survive the post-apocalypse.
I see a game that’s haunted by ghosts; the specter of black culture, appropriated first by the minstrel set then by the Fleischers, Disney and others.
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In ten seconds, Queers In Love At The End of the World captures the transcendent power of love with greater success than most big budget titles.
I looked away for 30 seconds and missed an entire foreground.
“We’ll be waving our controllers around, miming activity that we clearly don’t understand.” Heather Alexandra on gaming’s failure to understand street art.
Some photographer took a bunch of photos and digitally erased the cellphones, so we digitally added a bunch of dildos.
John Langan reflects on the passing of Christopher Lee.
Games journalism? No, we’re all in marketing.
Brian Crimmins explores the cultural importance of Never Alone.
Yes, Cersei’s decisions are usually ill-conceived and ineffective. Yes, she is selfish and prideful and vindictive. Yes, she is consistently depicted as one of the show’s main antagonists. That doesn’t change the realities of the political landscape Cersei occupies, or the misogyny that consistently tries to disempower her.
Some thoughts on immersion and virtual worlds.
Ethan Sacks looks at the role of the sidekick – from the problematic to the progressive.
Jill Scharr does a little Episode IV character swapping.
Jordan Young shows you how problematic it is to be an overconfident writer who thinks entirely too much.
For Dennis Scimeca, Bioshock Infinite is exactly the game it is supposed to be.
Jenn Frank plays a rough demo of the heart-wrenching adventure game That Dragon, Cancer.
Steve Haske visits the most recent addition to the ash heap of videogame movie adaptations – Silent Hill: Revelation.
In an open letter to Unwinnable’s Gia Grillo, the Rookie of the Year explains why he will never watch My Little Pony ever again.
Heather Sedlak reviews Star Wars Weekend 2011 at Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida.
Will HBO series Game of Thrones be the death of genre TV or its rebirth? Show runner David Benioff and series villain Nicolaj Coster-Waldau comment on the show.
Unwinnable takes a look at the worst offerings in 2010 for television, movies, comic books, videogames and more.
You are in an open field west of a big white house with a boarded front door.