For the foreseeable future, the conversation over gender equality and representation in video games appears it will be an ongoing one. It’s a discussion we have contributed to on a..
I play a lot of video games, mostly for this site, and sometimes for fun. Yet despite seemingly dedicating every waking moment to the medium, there are franchises that passed..
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By Josh Snyder It has been well documented that the cost of making a AAA-title has skyrocketed, to the point where publishers are becoming increasingly risk-averse. The issue is so..
By Josh Snyder Editor’s note – this is part two in a series on the Far Cry franchise. To read part one, click here. In part one of this series,..
By Josh Snyder Editor’s note – this is part one in a series on the Far Cry franchise. To read part two, click here. Video game franchises are an odd..
By Nick Olsen If Super Mario Bros. established the gold standard for game design, Super Mario Bros. 2 was an exercise in madness, and Super Mario Bros. 3 is where..
By Josh Snyder In the 2001 film Waking Life, director Richard Linklater explores the nature of dreams and consciousness, often with a healthy dose of arm-chair philosophy. The film meanders..
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