Director Takao Gotsu takes viewers inside the world of professional Street Fighter.
Indie thinking is finally starting to trickle up to triple-A developers.
Paul W.S. Anderson's Resident Evil saga concludes with another entertaining blend of action, jump scares, and unintentional comedy.
Dead Rising 4 has zombies and Christmas, but fails to deliver much holiday cheer.
The tricks that make Resident Evil great are as effective in 2016 as they were in 1996.
Eric and Jon discuss Gone Home, Resident Evil 7: Beginning Hour, and the fragmented games journalism landscape.
Eric and Jon discuss Street Fighter V, Deadpool, and Invisible, Inc. on the latest episode of the WhaleCast.
Street Fighter V is an excellent fighting game that makes little effort to reach out to newer players.
There's no wrong way to do PAX. Dork Shelfer Wesley Fok details how he did it his way at Penny Arcade's gaming wonderland in Boston.
No objections here. Ace Attorney brings the cray haired lawyer Phoenix Wright to the big screen with Takashi Miike creating quite possibly the most faithful video game adaptation of all time.
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Highlighting video game culture at large, Gamercamp is presenting Capcom's Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney film, directed by infamous Japanese schlockmeister-turned-auteur Takashi Miike, in its Toronto premiere.
One of gaming’s most visible faces walks into the horizon, a Toronto-based game wins honours at Indiecade, and World of Warcraft gets pulled into the equally bizarre world of U.S. politics.
Are 12 new characters, additional modes and updates enough to justify a $40 disc release 10 months after its predecessor? How will the changes to the previous characters affect the high-level tournament scene? And what the hell is a raccoon doing with a repeater cannon?
Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition won't get new players interested in the fighting game scene any more than the latest map pack will for the Call of Duty franchise. But anyone who's sunk dozens of hours into the game over the past three years would do well to upgrade for roughly the price of two pints.