A thin narrative and weak gameplay combine to make Insomniac's Song of the Deep feel shallow.
Though not as sharp as the original novel, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is nevertheless a diverting and empowering piece of fan-fiction.
Wakfu is a pretty big deal. But does Shak Shaka live up to the promise of the preceding stories?
Disney Infinity 3.0 improves on its predecessor and delivers an incredibly robust all-ages gaming experience that truly has something for everyone.
The final installment of Metanet's N series expands on its predecessors and finds a magical balance between extreme difficulty and accessibility.
Axiom Verge is the work of an auteur who wants you to remember what it's like to not have all the answers.
We're giving away a passes to some of Hot Docs 2015's hottest tickets!
Eric and Jon discuss LongStory, Game of Thrones, Peter Molyneux, cultural literacy, and Transistor in Episode 8 of The WhaleCast.
What do we really mean when we talk about the logic in Adventure Games?
With only two new releases for the rest of the year (Advance Style and National Gallery, both of which are good), we look at all the remaining events at The Bloor in 2014.
In honour of the shortest day of the year, the NFB has put together three packages of short films to commemorate the occasion!
Three great docs - The Last Impresario, Getting to the Nutcracker, and Evolution of a Criminal - cap off a stacked week of programming at The Bloor.
This week, The Bloor offers films looking at the ethical and legal problems of security certificates in The Secret Trial 5 and misunderstood urban communities in Slums: Cities of Tomorrow.
We kick off our coverage of the 2014 Reel Asian Film Festival.
We take a look at ten of the films playing this year's ecologically minded Planet in Focus film festival.