The ways gamers customize their gameplay and then document that play has the potential to significantly affect how certain titles and their surrounding culture of players are perceived.
Conker's Bad Fur Day is one of the darkest comedies you could ever ask for, and it ends with a kick right in the teeth.
Despite its more limited geographical scope, Kirkwall is a game world well suited to an expanded discusssion.
Goldeneye 007 is a good game, just not a good Wii game, and it’s all because of the prevalence of iron sights.
Portal 2 is a marvel, and the Rat Man -- accompanied by Valve’s gorgeous comic -- only adds to the game's charm.
Randal strives to figure out who the hell Lea is, while PB seems to know more than he's letting on in this week's installment of Rick Dakan's new, serialized novel.
Which is the dictator worthy of fear, the fool or the genius?
Today marks the third of four articles dedicated to fully unpacking my recent paper for Rutgers School of Communication, presented earlier this month at the
In which a throwaway character's fate has the greater effect on the player.
A little improvisational experiment in game criticism podcasting.