Now that you've seen Ready Player One we’re going to catch you up on 10 of the coolest pop culture references that you may have missed.
Ben and Daniel spoil the second season of Netflix's Jessica Jones and the new Tomb Raider film!
To celebrate the release of Tomb Raider starring Alicia Vikander, we put together a list of the 15 worst video game movies of all time.
Gabby discusses purposefulness and permadeath speed runs with game developer Pippin Barr.
Rise of the Tomb Raider makes Lara Croft a more plausible character, but the upcoming sequel still sends mixed messages about its protagonist.
Eric and Jon talk Mirror's Edge, Firewatch, and GDC on the latest episode of the WhaleCast.
Ace Attorney doesn't apologize for being a game. Other film adaptations should learn from that example.
Which games promised the world but fell far short of expectations? Which games earned high critical praise but failed to meet our smell test? Which game most disappointed two of our writers?
When you walk into the Game On 2.0 exhibit at the Ontario Science Centre, the first thing you’ll notice is a massive projection of PONG. That’s to be expected. The new gallery chronicles the history of video games and PONG is doubtlessly one of the originals.
This weekend, the Ontario Science Centre launches Game On 2.0, an extensive exhibition and celebration of all things video games, and Dork Shelf got a sneak peek at the 150-plus (playable!) games on display.
Dork Shelf is ready to say goodbye to winter and checked out Xbox's spring game line-up, including BioShock Infinite, Tomb Raider and Gears of War: Judgment.
Guys – and today, unfortunately, I am speaking to the fellas – we really need to talk. The misogyny and the sexism that’s been slowly seeping into video games and the broader gaming lexicon – it has to stop. Now.
First described to me as “Indiana Jones meets Tomb Raider”, this does Daomu #1 a disservice. Yes, the plot revolves around a secret society of tomb robbers, so the comparison is understandable, but the preceding quote is more of a marketing tag for Image to hook potential readers. Opening the comic though, the text on the first page reveals an even deeper back story and world mythos than those Western franchises ever achieved. The digitally rendered art, by Ken Chou, is so distinctly 21st century and “not-American”, that this tag line will feel almost misleading after finishing the issue.