In Rise of the Videogame Zinesters, Anna Anthropy calls on YOU to revolutionize the video game industry.
She's thick in the middle, has legs like tree trunks, and arms that look ripe to produce a gasp-inducing bear hug. This isn't a body that you often see in this medium.
This week we consider the influence of crowd sourcing on game development.
The need to balance stats during character creation in Game of Thrones helps us create fully realized characters, not just hero templates.
King Kong and movie tie-in games like it seldom aim high, but they may yet provide an added value -- intentionally or otherwise -- to media communities.
If Lollipop Chainsaw with its dichotomy of ditzy, youthful provocativeness and horrific, grisly violence bothers you, it's mission accomplished for Suda51.
This episode we consider Max's transition from the darkened streets of New York to the sun splashed swanky penthouses and seamy favelas of Brazil.
Telltale's The Walking Dead does what few horror games ever think to do: establish a normal world before sending it all to hell.
Part Dr. Seuss and part popup book, Botanicula presents a world that is both natural and fantastical.
Not long ago there wasn't a need to distinguish between western and Japanese RPGs. But the more that JRPG developers get stuck in their glory days, the more the genre suffers.