Days Gone drops you into a hostile open-world where a new threat lurks around every corner.
Mortal Kombat 11’s story trailer showcases the bonkers mythology that fans adore.
Far Cry New Dawn unleashes a post-apocalyptic reign of chaos.
Assassin's Creed III Remastered is a visual upgrade of Ubisoft’s best-selling 2012 action-adventure title, Assassin’s Creed III.
Apex Legends is Fornite's first triple-A competitor and it's here to take the battle royale crown.
The Hong Kong Massacre is a fast-paced top-down shooter in the spirit of action flicks like Hard Boiled.
The gaming year so far has already taught us a huge amount about the state of the games industry, including what makes a successful game and how developers and publishers are making their money.
In this episode, Braydon and Natalie speak to Sophie Mallinson about strategies for self-care, games that make them feel good, and thalassophobia.
In the premiere episode of Full Hearts, hosts Braydon and Natalie speak to their partners about the highs and lows of dating and gaming.
This week James and Yaw take a look at a pioneer of CGI and another jewel from the 80’s: The Last Starfigher.
The Canadian Videogame Awards paid tribute to the country's best creators, but inconsistent tone and category bloat weighed down what could have been a much more important gala event.
An interview with the lead developer of Toronto indie game TECHNOLUST: a virtual reality adventure set in the world of 1980s cyberpunk fiction, exclusively for Oculus Rift.
Fan Expo stormed through Toronto to the tune of an estimated 100,000 people over the weekend, and Dork Shelf was there to take in all the sights, sounds, and cosplay on display. Here are a few quick gaming-themed notes from the show floor.
Barely a week has passed and I don’t even remember all the games I just bought. The Steam Summer Sale, the digital download service's most momentous sale where PC games are discounted to massive, nay, ridiculous margins, has come and gone, and gamers could neither contain their excitement nor their wallets. As my email inbox floods with successive “Thank you for your purchase” messages, it becomes increasingly clear that this shit is getting ridiculous.