The video game marketplace and food fest returns to Toronto with a full lineup of talented local developers.
After a generation of Gears of War and Halo, Microsoft is finally starting to diversify with the Xbox One.
Last year, the organizers of the Toronto Comics Arts Festival (TCAF) began carving out a space for video games with the inaugural Comics vs. Games display. It went so well that they’re continuing the trend in 2013, filling out Comics vs. Games 2 with new panels, new collaborations, and – perhaps most importantly – a new location for the inaugural Bit Bazaar.
What's going on with Game Jam: The Documentary? Dork Shelf's Eric Weiss talks to director Troy Morrissey to get some answers.
Dork Shelf is pleased to announce the launch of The Indies, a brand new monthly games feature that takes a look at up-and-coming local and national indie games and the people who made them. This month we profile Toronto's Asteroid Base, creators of the much-buzzed Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime.