Summertime means a summer barbecue, and game characters who are invited either as guests or chefs or the meal itself. Yum.
In this week’s gaming news: Activision Blizzard is sued by the state of California for pervasive misogyny and labor abuses.
In this Patreon podcast sneak peek, Zora, Melissa, and Naseem discuss A Mending, a keepsake game played with embroidery.
In this week’s gaming news: Steam’s new handheld system, a potential end to Yakuza’s Judgment series, and Ubisoft’s work culture makes news again.
Take a listen to our new Patreon-exclusive podcast teaser, in which we discuss what it means to be a player or a gamer (among other things)!
In this week’s gaming news: not the Switch Pro, PlayStation attempts indie cred, and the highlights of WitcherCon.
Melissa Brinks explains the whys and hows of breaking D&D for fun by transforming rigid mechanics into a game of its own.
In this week’s gaming news, Humble Bundle places limits on their sliders despite backlash, and Kotaku finally removes that one article.
Emma Kostopolus examines how intentionally frustrating games like I Am Bread can push the boundaries of accessibility in video games.
In this week’s gaming news: Utada Hikaru comes out as nonbinary, a promotional event draws on racist caricatures, and more.