It doesn’t matter if you play the light side or the dark side. People are still compelled to behave a certain way based on their circumstances, and individuality only really matters to the individual.
We hate them. We love them. What makes the side quest so agonizing, yet so alluring?
By its nature, luck should be inconsistent, but Badland, an iOS puzzler, can evoke the feeling with easy regularity.
Since the recording of our podcast episode on Hearthstone, I’ve been playing the game pretty much every single day and have yet to spend
These blasted landscapes between civilization and chaos reveal how vacuous normative roles can be.
The tank endures.
Online gaming is like attending a concert, seeing the ballet, swing dancing in the crowd. The moment will be lost in time, but sometimes the most effective and intense experiences can't be captured and instead can only be lived.
Some of the best menu screens are the simplest. Everything you want to know about a game is expressed in one image.
Who’s in charge in Transistor? Maybe nobody.
In Transistor, a woman lacking a voice and a man lacking a body manage to complete one another. It is a game of impotent men and potent swords.