This week, we have your usual Activision Blizzard update and new accusations of harassment at Microsoft. On the bright side: Froggy Chair.
As the common adage goes, April showers bring May flowers. So, naturally, this month we're talking about gardening and growth in games, and maybe interpreting that a little loosely because why not? Why be beholden to a single definition of a word? May is also the...
In this week’s gaming news: Raven Software’s QA department unionizes and Activision Blizzard doesn’t like it one bit.
Zora rates each character in Switchcraft, a story-based match-3 mobile game, based on how much they want to fight them in a 7-Eleven parking lot.
In this week’s gaming news: union busting, lawsuits, a poorly conceived “diversity tool,” and a long-lost gaming pioneer newly found.
In this week’s gaming news, Dawn “Deestar” Wood dies from COVID-19 after PAX East, Bungie defends abortion rights, and Activision Blizzard gets sued again.
Elvie Mae Parian reflects on “What Happened Here,” an at-home LARP experience about isolation in your living space during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Georgina Bensley of Hanako Games discusses how the changing games scene offers both challenges and opportunities for indie developers.
Melissa Brinks shares what she’s gained by playing three of the most useless tabletop RPG characters you can imagine.
This week’s gaming news: Square Enix sells its Western studios and a hefty handful of IPs, Twitch wants more money, and a surprising Shrek appearance.