Swords and Souls: Neverseen is a lackluster action game that doesn’t inspire much, if any, interest.
Kingdom Hearts III carries on the series’ traditions with exciting worlds, delightful characters, and… disappointing narratives for its female characters.
The Sidequest crew discusses their favorite in-game costumes, why cosmetic-based loot boxes still suck, and how far they’re willing to go to look cool.
2018’s God of War watches Kratos turn from rage-filled warrior to reticent dad as he and Atreus go on a journey that brings them closer together.
Nickelodeon Kart Racers is a reminder that capturing the past is a difficult task, especially when you do it without any soul.
As narrative-focused TTRPGs rise in popularity, Xander Orenstein celebrates the ways that more complex systems can make players Big Damn Heros (or Idiots).
Elvie Mae Parian sits down with the creators of Lancer and talks creative philosophy, their surprisingly non-cyberpunk influences, and game’s futre.
Emily Durham interviews The Glory Society, a brand new worker cooperative video game studio, about socialism and its place in the video games industry.
Tabletop fans Alenka Figa and Kate Lyons interview one another about their favorite D&D podcasts and what makes them so friendly to queer folks.
In this week’s gaming news, we have the release of Pokemon Sword and Shield, Jedi Fallen Order, Google Stadia, and more!
In this week’s gaming news, we have gaming restrictions in China, pro streamers advocating for more lax cheating punishments, and Twitter hacks at EA.
In this week’s gaming news: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s alternate universe reassigns blame for a real war crime, games get pushed back, and more.