A brief look at Objectivism and how the 2007 game BioShock portrayed its dark side.
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Bioshock: Infinite was one of the most talked about games of 2013. The game’s been praised for its ambitious storytelling and gameplay as much as it’s been panned for its linear design and racially charged content. Tim Gruver and Fergus Halliday sit down to discuss their feelings on the title then and now.
Irrational Games is shutting down, but studio head Ken Levine is taking a few employees and starting a new team.
From the prestigious Game of the Year to Best Multiplayer Design and Best Newcomer, everything seems to be celebrated in the Golden Joystick Awards. Keep reading to find out who the 17 winners of the Golden Joystick Awards 2013 were!
A look at where gaming stands in media, ranging from educational value to cinematic presentation.
I loved BioShock Infinite as much as anybody, but that doesn’t mean I think its perfect. Here are five things that the original game did even better than its mind-blowing successor.