Sometimes mindlessness and mindfulness feel the same.
"PUBG," as it’s known to its devoted fans, has already found phenomenal success on PCs. Within six weeks of its debut, it had sold 2 million copies; as of this month, more than 24 million copies of the game have been sold.
James Franco has provided us with a gift: now we know what "Fallout" would be like if Tommy Wiseau got the narrator role instead of Ron Perlman.
What happens when the thing that you love is the same thing that’s holding you back.
You know someone is truly talented when they make it look so seamless and easy.
Yet another sad tale of a studio demanding much from their employees and leaving them out in the cold.
"Esports Life" is unintentionally absurd.
Based on sticker prices, it might seem like the cost of competitive gaming hasn't increased, but a scourge of toxic microtransactions is hitting gamers with hidden expenses in money and time alike.
The very weird tale of how American board games used to teach you how to get to heaven, and later, how to make bank.
Where does GTA end and real life begin?
What every MechWarrior should know.
Every game with a microtransaction system is a player revolt waiting to happen.
As graphics get better, handheld games are getting harder for vision-impaired players to see.
We're not sure if this video is 100% serious or partially a parody but... we sort of believe?
3D chess, or "tri-dimensional chess," as it's sometimes called, made its debut in a "Star Trek" episode. It's unclear whether Donald Trump could play it even if he wanted to.
It's true what they said, kids: you can be and do anything you set your mind to. You can even be a professional Scrabble player.
"That Moment When" is a new take on a well-known format.
Anger over a "loot crate" system in "Star Wars Battlefront II" has translated into hundreds of thousands of downvotes on a Reddit post from the game's publisher... and anonymous online abuse hurled at the game's makers.
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