After the disappointment of Mass Effect: Andromeda, Wendy has decided it’s time to part ways with BioWare. But, as they say, breaking up is hard to do.
The Witcher Volume 1: House of Glass Paul Tobin (writer), Joe Querio (artist), Carlos Badilla (colorist) CD Projekt Red and Dark Horse Comics September 23, 2014 I'm a pretty big fan of the monster hunter known as Geralt of Rivia, in both the original book series by...
In Jumin’s Route of Mystic Messenger, we see a vulnerable yet somewhat abusive side of Jumin that is rationalized away in the name of love.
During my senior year of college, one of my English professors let me write about Dragon Age for a final paper. And not just about the storytelling or the writing, but a full on nerd out about the Bible’s influence on the game. At the time, I was in a class about...
In this week’s news, a Life is Strange comic, a Dragon Age comic, and everything that happened while we were dreaming about SDCC. Also, deals!
Gun violence is a serious problem, but this Gamer Mom is pretty sure that video games aren’t the culprit. From Warhawk, to Drake’s Uncharted, to Overwatch, the family that headshots together, stays together.
Cult Following’s premise is fun and interesting, but it lack the charisma of some of the other games on Melissa Brinks’ shelf. And that’s fine!
Dragon Quest’s evolution as a series isn’t just technical: its narrative growth shows how named and unnamed protagonists impact narrative stakes.
The Adventure Zone graphic novel is here, but a one-shot D&D campaign was featured in Dragon+ Magazine. It’s a delight for fans of the podcast!
Critic, editor, and founder of I Need Diverse Games Tanya DePass spoke with us about the need for inclusion and Game Devs and Others: Tales from the Margins.