Skyward Sword's design raises a simple, yet important question: Who did Nintendo think was going to be playing this game? I don't have the answer, and I don't think Nintendo does either.
League of Legends is an excellent multiplayer experience. Unfortunately, you do have to play it with a lot of other people.
The Moving Pixels podcast discusses not just our own picks for game of the year, but what significance (or lack thereof) such declarations about our most beloved games have.
Collecting Riddler Trophies is one giant puzzle game within an action game, and those puzzle aspects bleed into all other areas of Batman: Arkham City.
To venture into Dark Souls, even for a moment, is to remind yourself of a universal truth: everyone has the capacity to transcend expectations, even you.
The interesting thing about the Catwoman alternate ending in Arkham City is what doesn't happen if you don't choose to have Catwoman help Batman out.
Why can't free-to-play games or extremely niche titles be featured on end of the year lists?
Progressing in Assassin's Creed: Revelations feels uncomfortably like joining a cult.
To hear Miyamoto talk about retirement is a good thing.
Drawing on familiar media representations and cultural histories for the sake of building a female gangster actually seems pretty difficult.