Perhaps The Wolf Among Us has the most sophisticated understanding of moral choice in gaming.
Sluggish Morss: Ad Infinitum is a game that almost demands to be above criticism.
The Raven addresses the concern that games imitate movies like amateurs.
Castles in the Sky is much more interesting as a game than it is as a children’s story.
Tandoor raises interesting questions about game design and player expectations.
Contrast is a bad game in the way bargain-basement PS2 games are bad games.
A Link Between Worlds restores simplicity to The Legend of Zelda.
Gone Home should have been called My Gay Family Member Scares Me.
Space Budgie’s 9.03m will be the biggest Game of the Year snub in 2013.
When will all gamers and developers consider that video game violence can be taken too far?