Life is Strange Volume 1: Dust sees Max and Chloe repairing their lives after the game’s events, bringing us back into the magical world of Arcadia Bay.
Elvie Mae Parian reviews Guard Duty, a point-and-click comedy adventure developed by Sick Chicken Studios that can amuse and disturb simultaneously.
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.