The Sidequest crew proposes gaming’s best witch moms, those characters who embody the spirit of both motherhood and witchiness.
Emily Durham brings you news about riding Prince Sidon, the Nintendo Joy-Con lawsuit, and Naughty Dog’s crunch culture in this week’s GYGO.
The Sidequest crew chats about their favorite tabletop homebrew rules, and how tweaking a game with your own mechanics can make it even better.
As narrative-focused TTRPGs rise in popularity, Xander Orenstein celebrates the ways that more complex systems can make players Big Damn Heros (or Idiots).
Final Fantasy VII Remake might be made primarily to capitalize on nostalgia, but in fact, it’s more thematically resonant than ever.
The Sidequest crew chat about queer games and what that phrase even means in honor of Pride Month. Plus: recommendations for our favorite queer games!
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.
Forget the news, the Final Fantasy VII Remake has a demo and the Final Fantasy VIII Remaster is coming and it’s coming SOON, BABY.
The WNBA gets a presence in an NBA game, Pokemon are subject to the gig economy, and Fire Emblem: Three Houses guides are here in this week’s gaming news!
This week: GameStop lays off employees, Twitch debates whether or not breastfeeding is sexual, the ESA doxes journalists, and Ooblets devs face harassment.