Don’t bury me, I’m not dead!
The over-reliance of CG in movies bothers just about everybody these days, but to Rob, “The Near Miss” is one of the most egregious offenses.
With videogame culture obsessed with retrofuturiusm, it’s only a matter of time before the ultimate nostalgic artifact makes a comeback: the Nintendo Power Glove.
On a Route 66 roadtrip, Sara asks: “What am I doing in the middle of this godforsaken desert?”
Eron Rauch reviews the exhibit A Whole Different Ball Game: Playing Through 60 Years of Sports Videogames at the Museum of Moving Image.
Twitter’s ushering in a new age of Ascii art, whether its users know it or not.
In both Bloodborne and The Favourite, wanton avarice rots leaders from within, spreading like a plague to their surroundings.
Just like Willow from Don’t Starve, Deirdre can’t control what goes on in the world. But she can keep her sanity meter up in the meantime.
David Wolinsky and Tali XOXO share their impressions of GX and Kuwait Battle Royale.
Tabletop Simulator lets board game fans recreate their favorite games and craft a globalized shared space. . . even if that means breaking a few laws to do so.