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Articles tagged "gaming"
In Part I of II, the legendary videogame designer opens up on games, fame, and crowdfunding fortune.
Good point-and-click games and good investigative journalism have more in common than you might think.
Racist attitudes at the world's fair events—channeled by Bioshock—both reflected and reinforced the attitude of a United States that had empire-building ambitions abroad.
Yes, it's a new 2D Zelda, but can Nintendo get back in gear after twenty years of 3D?
Work done by computer scientist Dr. Tom Murphy suggests that yes, AI can learn to game.
These are the ingredients of a modern space opera.
Day 1 in the proverbial shit that is the Game Developers Conference. A dispatch.
When I first heard this mix of Jay-Z tracks layered over Chrono Trigger's soundtrack, my socks were pretty much blown off.
The rest of the Great Brain Experiment inevitably makes you wonder what makes smartphone games successful.
We all know that tropes of women exist in video games. What we need to think about is why.
Ever try to grandma to pick up the old joystick? (Not that joystick sicko.)
Just don't go thinking that playing FIFA all day will boost your MCAT score.
Imagine my surprise when I found out that Bandai has brought Tamagotchi back from the binary grave.
Cataloguing the hilarious and sadistic tendencies of a ROM hacker who readymade Super Mario World into a work of art.
The Japanese video game company behind Pac-Man and Space Invaders is rolling out a chain of arcade-restaurants in Chicago.
In 2013, Atari still has a ton of brand recognition, despite trading on nostalgia for years.
Time to take our own medicine. Watch us make a video game in under a week. Shit is about to get real.
What happens in the EVE universe? And what happens when legions of EVE players get together in real life?