It could never actually do what the ads promised, but it still became a geek touchstone for the Eighties
Inside the 1985 text adventure that made a scathing – and prescient – political statement at a time when no one thought games were capable of it
Gamers obsess over it. Game developer's pay is based on it. But is the review aggregator site still relevant in the changing world of video games?
How "Maximum Mike" Pondsmith created the pen-and-paper RPG that inspired the developers of 'The Witcher' to tackle it as their next big game
Games like 'The Eight Pages' – and one horrific crime – brought the online phenomenon out of obscurity and into the mainstream
A spoiler-free explainer of the weirdest, most brilliantly surreal game of the decade
The laughably bad 1996 Shooter, 'Westworld 2000' featured a Samurai World 20 years before the HBO show
In 1987, 'Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game' took a pile of notes from Lucasfilm and built a universe that's still used today
As Disney's 'Rogue One' hits theaters, we look back at three decades of sometimes wonderful (and sometimes not) adventures in a galaxy far, far away
The mysterious crusader known only as HonorTheCall gained viewers – and respect – when he blew the lid off a video game scandal
Why is the kiddie franchise 'Lego Dimensions' releasing expansion packs based on 1980s pop culture? Because it's not really for kids
Low-key, fan-focused game gathering is the anti-E3 for indie game developers
From 'World of Tanks' to 'World of Warships', the company started by a young chess champion is now a global phenomenon
It's the Wild West in the world of virtual reality and rules are being written and scrapped in real time
The console – which turns 20 this week – may have struggled against the soaring PlayStation, but even its lesser-known games made a lasting impact.