Samba de Amigo on Apple Arcade is the best version, but why are they all different?
Sega is joining the 2000s-era revival by rebooting cult series Samba de Amigo with three different versions.
What Happened To Movie Tie-In Games? – An Investigation
Were movie-tie in games really that abysmal? Are they any better now? Here's our important, objective analysis.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Is Still Legendary, 20 Years Later
Star Wars: KOTOR was one of the biggest and most melodramatic games in the early 2000s, with the game paving…
Super Mario RPG remake will reintroduce the best Yoshi
The Super Mario RPG remake will shine a light on one of the franchise's most underrated characters.
Bratz, 'Bimbo Feminism', and empowering girls with games
The return of Bratz video games is a welcome restoration of playful femininity and ambition, that caters to a young…
Choosing the best worst path – A 'Night in the Woods' retrospective
We reflect on how Night in the Woods forces players to empathise with people who are not them in its…
I never wanted to be a princess, until Disney Dreamlight Valley
Disney Dreamlight Valley, with its several generations' worth of Disney characters, pivoted my perspective on pretty princesses.
Mass Effect’s colonisation narrative isn’t pretty, ten years later
The way the Mass Effect series portrayed the idea of human expansion and colonisation hasn't aged well, writes Nich Richie.
Assassin's Creed Liberation turns 10: A forgotten but important legacy
10 years on, one of the most interesting Assassin's Creed games has largely been left forgotten. We reminisce on its…
Video games are the new art therapy
Much has been said about the cognitive benefits of games, but there's a reason why they work to heal you…