Fighting for Recognition: The History of Fighting Game Crossovers
From Smash Bros. to Multiversus, this is your guide to how crossovers took over the video game industry as we…
The Logitech G Aurora Collection is for everyone
The Logitech G Aurora Collection has been heavily marketed towards women – but what does gender have to do with…
Two Point Campus: A real-world teacher weighs in on the game's dark humour
Part comedy, part cautionary tale, Two Point Campus is nothing if not relatable. Real-world teacher Meghann O'Neill shares her take.
Growing up and growing old in Wayward Strand
A growing number of games are exploring teen and young adult perspectives, and Wayward Strand has its own unique interpretation.
Bayonetta 3 is a knockout, but it feels held back by the Switch
Our early hands-on with Bayonetta 3 showed great promise, but we really need to talk about the power of the…
Gloomwood understands its immersive sim lineage, but still stands in its shadow
Gloomwood melds plenty of great ideas from the PC immersive sims of old, but its Early Access phase doesn’t paint…
On the solitude of playing board games solo
Once you get over the fear of seeming friendless, playing board games alone can be deeply rewarding.
Is Tower of Fantasy the Genshin Impact killer it’s touted to be?
The free-to-play game has Genshin Impact in its sights, with more than a few striking similarities. We compare the two.
Every new and returning feature we want in The Sims 5
The Sims 4 is ready to be sunsetted. Here's what we'd want to see in a brand new Sims sequel.
Victoria’s games industry continues to thrive, and other states must take note
Victoria’s strong game development scene is a testament to the incredible value of dedicated government funding for independent video games.