In this week’s gaming news: E3 goes online, computers made of crabs, and law enforcement tackles video game crimes.
Maddi Butler summarizes the ongoing conversation about politics in games and explains why Six Days in Fallujah is just repeating a party line.
In this week’s gaming news: Sony closes previous PlayStation generation stores, the Nintendo Switch gets a graphical upgrade, and more!
It’s spring, which means renewal, which means talking about remakes and remasters in games—their benefits and their drawbacks.
In this edition of Gamer Mom, Wendy Browne shares how her kids have discovered her Steam backlog and turned her own logic against her.
In this week’s gaming news: more layoffs, Devotion is available again, and why there’s a black market for Neopets.
In this week’s gaming news: Xbox acquires Zenimax and therefore Bethesda, more NFT nonsense, and delays from the Texas snowstorms.
A sneak peek of Postgame.6, in which Sidequest’s editors discuss Hades, historical (in)accuracy, and why every woman in Greek myth deserves better.
In this week’s gaming news: Hogwarts Legacy’s lead designer steps down, Microsoft acquires more studios, and a new source of internet thirst.
Alenka Figa reviews three short games from the Itch.io anti-racism bundle. If you like quick, character-driven games, these are for you!