Memories play out in firefights, and bitterness literally falls out of the sky like debris hurled by an emotional hurricane.
Seeking control is not the solution to the human condition but is part of the problem.
Metal Gear Solid V affords players the rare opportunity to bleed for their enemies.
Dropsy develper Jay Tholen predicts the critical reception to his game, talks about his charismatic church upbringing, and explores the value of hugs.
What is truly destroyed in the apocalypse? Falsehood.
We chatted with David Chen, one of the developers of the upcoming Narcosis, a game that has been described as "slow meditation on what it must be like to slowly die alone."
Whispering Willows’ brand of spirituality is pragmatic, not existential.
For the programmer of Doom and Quake, the weight of responsibility is a heavy yoke to bear.
The possible lack of an optical drive on the Nintendo NX reminds us of the inevitability of change.
While Daniel wasn't particularly impressed with Kyn as a game, he was deeply impressed by the game's creation.