The esports industry is held together with wax and string, which, sources say, hasn't stopped it from flying too close to the sun.
To play "Fortnite" in 2019 is to be enmeshed in advertisements.
The portable, black-and-white, crank-controlled Playdate microconsole is decidedly not going to provide much competition for the kinds of gaming experiences you can get on a full-fledged console — and that's why it might succeed where other microconsoles have failed.
The ‘Final Fantasy VII’ remake threatens to turn me into one of those awful guys who complains about my childhood being ruined.
To be honest, I feel like I probably spent more time thinking about it than the people who designed these characters and chose to name them "mutants." And that's the problem, here. Game designers are being lazy and in the process are committing real world harm.
A galactic museum that spans multiple planets.
An arcade classic on the go.
Microsoft is taking the world's second-best-selling game of all time into augmented reality. But will the push to net even more players stretch the game's DNA past breaking point?
They also do ... other things.
Nintendo hasn't gotten around to releasing a Gamecube Classic, so this YouTuber did it herself.
A YouTuber tries to solve the mystery of an unsearchable character.
Here we have a "Grand Theft Auto" Twitch streamer roleplaying as a Twitch streamer getting chased by the police and taking suggestions from his viewers about what to do next in real-time. That may sound complicated in concept, but it's loveably silly in execution.
It's one of the modding community's odder recent crazes. But how did an '80s kids classic become an underground obsession?
The warm reviews for "Detective Pikachu" have shown it's possible to buck a long-running trend but it's not the first example of a gaming adaptation done well.
It's often stated with no small amount of hyperbole that the "3rd Strike" Daigo Umehara Parry saved "Street Fighter." Some even say that it saved fighting games as a whole.
This click-clacking of the dots as they flip open and closed makes this game all the more satisfying.
A community brought together by the love of hunting humans.
Humongous didn't set out to be an edutainment company. That's why their games were so fun.
"Devotion" vanished after being embroiled in a political controversy involving a joke about Chinese President Xi Jingpin.
Who says virtual reality is the only way to immerse yourself in the game?
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