We explore the theme of forgiveness found within the content of the Playstaion 2's Adventure RPG Greatest Hit, Dark Cloud.
Siothrún Jan 27, 2015
How does the classic SNES role-playing game hold up to a feminist analysis?
K.W. Colyard Nov 5, 2014
With a series running in the Fall 2014 lineup, it's time to analyze the success of the Fate/Stay Night franchise.
Austin Oct 9, 2014
Woohoo-ing with pride: The Sims 4 continues the series' trend of being one of the most progressive video games around.
Spencer Sep 21, 2014
Katamari Damacy presents us with a novel take on the concept of objects in video games.
cwdey Aug 12, 2014
Sure indie games developers have earned their stripes, but can their games be considered art?
Mo Sadek Aug 9, 2014
The Legend of Zelda boasts powerful female roles in its characters, but how much power do the women really have?
Jemarc Axinto Jul 23, 2014
Let us explore when and why the stories found in video games matter.
S.A. Takacs Jun 21, 2014
Is there more to Dungeons and Dragons than simply role-playing entertainment?
Michael Krebs Jun 18, 2014
Is Gone Home a 10/10 milestone in gaming or does it suffer too heavily from tonal issues?
Nilson Thomas Carroll Jun 17, 2014
With the Wii U failing, Nintendo needs to take some cues from the games of its most underrated console
George Underwood Jun 3, 2014
Devil May Cry hails to Fahrenheit 451 by reaching out to modern-day audiences with its critique of media appropriation.
Jemarc Axinto May 17, 2014