Game director Mark Thompson and Lucasfilm Story Group's Steve Blank on Iden's redemption, writing in the post 'Jedi' era, and what canon means today
From making LucasArts classics to founding – and almost losing – his own studio, Schafer has always been a tireless supporter of creativity
The Jonestown Massacre, powerless players and, most horrific of all, Excel spreadsheets
At the California college, Mark Deppe is building a pro gaming model for campuses nationwide
Adam Rosen and his twin brother Tyler are on the front lines of the battle to bring esports to the masses on campus
Spike, Sunnydale's resident vampire, takes his PlayStation everywhere, loves 'The Witness' and is waiting for Bioware to fix 'Mass Effect: Andromeda'
The cult horror icon makes a cameo in the new expansion for the dark fantasy RPG
After raising millions of dollars in investment, Cloud9 looks to join Blizzard's new esports mega-league.
A mainstay of the games business for 19 years, Moore looks back on launching Dreamcast, Xbox 360 and 'FIFA' Ultimate Team before returning to the UK for his dream job
The comedian, writer and star of NBC's 'Powerless' is hooked on 'The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild'
How two dedicated developers in Los Angeles left working on 'Call of Duty' behind and built the surprise multiplayer hit
The seemingly limitless 'Everything' is being hailed as a masterpiece from the mind behind 'Mountain' and the 'alien child' game in Spike Jonze's 'Her'
In his first major interview in over a year, Molyneux opens up about his legacy, his empathy for the 'No Man's Sky' team, and redefining himself
Alex Okita, the anime-obsessed concept artist behind Bungie West's 'Oni,' looks back on his contribution to the world of cyberpunk video games
Meet Ben Fiquet, the artist behind the reincarnation of a Sega classic
Hall of Famer confirms the rumored special version of 'NBA Jam' featuring him and Michael Jordan
No stranger to 'Call of Duty,' Meth delivers multiplayer voice over pack for 'Infinite Warfare'
As he prepares to launch his first game in five years, the outspoken veteran talks inspiration, 'Zelda' and the lack of emotion in 'God of War'
The Irish writer and director reveals why you won't see any 'Zelda' jokes in his TV shows
Credited with some of the best-written games ever, he's branching out into new genres, and the wild west of VR