In this week’s news, Final Fantasy 7 fans get the remake they’ve hoped for and Detective Pikachu becomes the most succesful video game movie to date.
Wendy Browne shares a Gamer Mom’s valuable lesson on how a Bayonetta villain and Spider-Man enemies demonstrated the benefits of dogged determination.
This week, Emily Durham talks about Riot Games employees’ walkout protest—and announces a new GYGO subcolumn, This Week In Crunch.
Heaven’s Vault is a game about language, exploration, theft, and belonging. Zora Gilbert, linguist-in-residence, approves.
In this week’s gaming news, ex-NetherRealm employees speak out about crunch, Riot Games tries to block legal action, and games benefit Alzheimer’s research.
The Sidequest crew discusses the quagmire that is game genres, including what they are, why they’re confusing, and how to consider them effectively.
Naseem’s super obsessed with Persona 5, so of course they checked out Persona 5: The Animation. But does it hold up?
Frederator and Amazon’s Costume Quest is a sweet new take on the beloved game series.
In this week’s gaming news: more accessibility in games, a reimagining of The Oregon Trail that tackles stolen land, and the end of Game Informer Australia.
Naseem looks at the Secret Endings for the next installment of Mystic Messenger Trash, and they… have some feelings. As per usual.