Valve’s Portal could have just been a puzzle game set in a Cube-esque nightmare, but instead it elevated itself above the genre with its subtle narrative that had you play Chell, a silent woman escaping a malicious AI.
James Cameron’s interest in Michael Turner’s Fathom could inspire Avatar 2.
Michael Turner’s Fathom distils the epic blockbuster template of James Cameron into comic book form.
Riddick continues the adventures of Vin Diesel’s stoic character as he survives yet more attempts on his life using tactics and a very gravelly voice.
An interview with one-man indie games developer Mike Hanson of Psychotic Psoftware about his retro space side-scroller PowerUp.
One of several new shows distributed this year by upstart Netflix, Orange Is The New Black continues a streak of quality from the streaming TV network.
A selection of highly anticipated fall 2013 TV shows, some returning, some new. All worth watching.
An attempt to help video game studios look for potential new franchises, and an excuse to recommend you some awesome books re-imagined as games.
To rage quit is to experience a moment in a game so unbelievable in its injustice and unfairness, you just have to stop.
You’d think Ben Affleck had attempted to stage a coup in Egypt, or cut NASA’s budget to shreds. But nope, he just wants to put on a bat costume. So what’s going on here? I think the crux of the problem is this: imagination. There is a lack of it.