by Travis Waldron Jun 2, 2014
"I'm thrilled that for the first time in the history of college sports, athletes will get compensated for their performance," the players' attorney said in announcing the settlement's terms.
by Andrew Breiner May 16, 2014
A host of new graphics capabilities and hardware gimmicks have made the newest generation of video game consoles the biggest power-sucks yet.
by Zack Ford May 8, 2014
Nintendo claims that preventing characters from being gay in its new life simulator was an attempt to avoid "social commentary."
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 25, 2014
Video games' bad reputation gets worse with new study that links video games to racist ideals.
by Zack Ford Mar 20, 2014
It's not that hard.
by Rebecca Leber Nov 20, 2013
Activists against gun violence are baffled and disgusted by the game.
by Nov 8, 2013
An conversation with IGN editor Mitch Dyer about the games that are redefining a medium just beginning to recognize its narrative potential.
by Christopher Butterfield Sep 30, 2013
The international humanitarian organization recommends the incorporation of sanctions for war crime violations in video games in order to educate gamers.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Sep 18, 2013
Consumers who complain that analyzing the gender politics of 'Grand Theft Auto V' are missing the point of the game--and great art.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Aug 22, 2013
The day's most important pop culture news from Tatiana Maslany's guest arc on 'Parks and Recreation' to ESA's new fellowship for game developers of color.