No single gaming device is objectively better than the others. It depends on how you play, why you play, and where you play. There really is no clear winner. But on the corporate side, the debate has been over for almost a decade, and consoles won. It wasn't even close.
Shamus Young attempts to make the game industry less dysfunctional by arguing with a rhetorical wall and hoping things change for the better.
I don't care if you're a bleeding-heart liberal or a conservative redneck, you too can be gunned down in public if we don't unite now and do something about pants in our society.
The closing of the marketplace is not a big deal. It barely worked and I doubt it did all that much business. Most people didn't buy games through the marketplace. Instead, they bought the game in the store or on Steam and GFWL came along for the ride.
In 1983, videogames all but vanished.
When will games get their intelligent, high minded, accessible reviewer?
Here's some free ones, Microsoft. Here's how you fix your console.
Sometimes tutorials are bad. Sometimes tutorials are obnoxious. Sometimes, you just weren't paying attention.
Shut up, already.
Can someone call Nintendo for me? We've been out of touch for a few years, and I've lost Nintendo's number.
We shouldn't have to list the reasons they're awesome, but we're going to do it anyway.
How do you go about bringing back everyone's favorite games?
Disney should dig up these Lucasarts treasures.
Letting players save whenever they like can be a technical nightmare.
The forced evolution of the franchise may do more harm than good.
Dissecting BioShock Infinite's remarkably complex storyline. Warning: Spoilers!