On the pop culture podcast this week: the new TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale, the Netflix series Dear White People and mobile game Lumino City.
The US videogame company Valve is trying to control even more of the PC gaming market.
There’s a depth of work and a complex evolution in this game that should not be overlooked.
The miserable excuses for incongruously hot women in videogames show up the immaturity of developers and the games media who go after them.
Gaming company Activision purchasing the makers behind addictive smartphone game Candy Crush Saga is both a sensible and ludicrous move in today's tech feeding frenzy.
Creepy atmospheres are replacing tense action, and the monsters are more unbeatable than ever.
As mobile gaming goes through a renaissance, you can become a gamer too
The games that tried to do something great, but didn't quite succeed.
Designers will destroy the games industry if they continue contriving frustrating, time-consuming situations that players can only avoid by paying.
With the diminishing power of nation states, and the lack of conventional warfare, what would a 21st-century grand strategy game look like?
When it comes to educating us about historical themes, games have to do more than simply present the same old tropes in period costume.
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