The tension is in the silent moments.
Who’s afraid of the big bad necromorphs? Not Stu Horvath.
Stu Horvath aims to become a board game tyrant.
Inside my head, there is a little man. He sits wrapped in wires and surrounded by machinery.
Stu Horvath wonders what comes when the story is over.
Stu Horvath sees a bright spot in the dark heart of Far Cry 3.
Stu Horvath recounts some of the history of Unwinnable and its foundation in something more than friendship.
Stu Horvath discovers that the Revolutionary War was a lot more complicated than his elementary school history books led him to believe, thanks to Assassin’s Creed III.
Stu Horvath went to the Montreal International Game Summit 2012 and sat at the bar. This is what he saw.
Unwinnable’s Pulp Book Club returns with Stu Horvath and Brian Taylor picking the bones of Roger Zelazny’s A Night in the Lonesome October. Read the book? Join the discussion!
Stu Horvath waxes nostalgic over the lost cultural grit of New York City.
Unwinnable’s Pulp Book Club returns with Cara Ellison, Jenn Frank and Stu Horvath digging into Raymond Chandler’s Farewell, My Lovely. Read the book? Join the discussion!
Stu Horvath looks back on his recent wisdom teeth ordeal and the games that got him through it.
Chuck Moran and Stu Horvath spend an hour with Pat Longo learning the aural history of the Batman theme.
Stu Horvath opened his email this morning to find a message from Captain James T. Kirk.
Cara Ellison leads gumshoe Brian Taylor and flatfoot Stu Horvath in a discussion of Dashiell Hammett’s hardboiled classic, Red Harvest. Got something to say about it? Join in the fray!
Stu Horvath’s earliest memories are of vacations – and monsters.
Brian Taylor monologues on E3 and the culture of videogame violence.
Stu Horvath was awash in blood and death during the Dishonored demo at E3 2012. He loved every splatter of it.
We need a little more time to figure out what the hell we just went through at E3 2012.
Stu Horvath introduces Villains Week with a call to honor our inner bad guy.
Stu Horvath saw Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4 and wrote about it for Wired.
Stu Horvath ponders how he sees himself, and how the world sees him. And you.
Welcome to Love Week.
Unwinnable debriefs on Geek Flea 3 and thanks everyone involved.
Unwinnable learns that there is more to running a flea market than just setting up tables and selling junk.
If there is a summer camp for the videogame industry, it is GDC (even if it takes place in the beginning of March).
Ezio Auditore is dead. Why is that so upsetting? Stu Horvath turns to Umberto Eco for answers.
Stu Horvath examines the fictional life, and death, of Ezio Auditore da Firenze, one of the protagonists of the Assassin’s Creed series.
Stu Horvath continues his meditation on death and looks to find meaning and purpose after loss.
Stu Horvath muses on grief, euthanasia and Far Cry 2.
Stu Horvath explains how videogames, and his friends, helped him deal with the death of his father.
Arnold Schwarzenegger says “exactly” so many times in the commentary track for Conan the Barbarian, Unwinnable thought it would make a great drinking game. We all got alcohol poisoning.
Unwinnable is a big fan of Superheroes for Hospice, a comic book charity sale that supports hospice care in New Jersey.
Now that you’re done with that turkey dinner, dig into these Unwinnable stories to feed your brain!
Stu Horvath talks to Chris Baker about Wired’s new Relic Wranglers project.
Stu Horvath is thinking about changing professions from editor-in-chief to troll hunter.
Stu Horvath goes on an adventure with Nathan Drake and wishes he’d stayed home instead.
Stu Horvath enjoys David Haden’s blog devoted to H.P. Lovecraft, his work and his legacy. Stop by and get your eldritch on.
Paul Graham’s essay “How to Do What You Love” is exactly what you need to read, right now.