Organizer Yifat Shaik discusses the recent conference and challenges artists to make more weird games.
Senior Manager Paul Harris talks about the new Xbox One X and Microsoft's expanding library of games.
The creators of Arc Symphony discuss the game's incredible marketing campaign and the evolution of fan culture on the internet.
The Hunger Games is a dystopian science fiction film based on Suzanne Collins novel of the same name. It is produced by Nina Jacobson and Jon Kilik and directed by Gary Ross. The American film was released in 2012 and received worldwide acclaim and set-off a successful movie franchise. The film was a massive success […]
In this episode, Gabby speaks with Klaus Lyngeled of Zoink Games about their upcoming games Fe and Flipping Death.
These games best captured the inclusive and experimental spirit of Different Games Toronto.
A collection of fantastic games that will make you tear your hair out with rage – but which will also provide a feeling of satisfaction like no other when you finally conquer them!
This week's arcade highlights the work of diverse creators and pushes for a more inclusive games industry.
Toronto game developers share their experiences at TOJam 12: What Twelves Below.
Game developer Jarryd Huntley discusses his trip across international borders for TOJam 12.
Director Takao Gotsu takes viewers inside the world of professional Street Fighter.
Julian Spillane discusses the new party game and explains why you need to make players feel comfortable before you can ask them to be funny.
The new party game is an enjoyable diversion best appreciated with good friends and good beer.
In this episode, Braydon and Natalie speak to Kaitlin Tremblay about their favourite video game friendships, how to make friends playing games, and the infamous blue shell.
The Toronto developer discusses the design evolution that occurred between Bleed and Bleed 2.