Rubi, being a bitch doesn't make you a strong character.
Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw types up more scathing commentary on the game industry and community every week.
Scribblenauts is creativity for idiots.
Some games are decent enough without all the extra RPG tropes.
Yahtzee deconstructs the ban against Left 4 Dead.
Yahtzee decries supersoldiers and the genetically inferior generals who create them.
Yahtzee Croshaw takes on gaming as generic as this sentence.
Yahtzee discusses why sequels should not be written by fanboys.
This time on Extra Punctuation: 'Splosion Man, Portal, and why referencing 'the cake is a lie' doesn't make you funny.
Yahtzee delivers unto us the four Commandments of cutscenes.
Yahtzee prefers to see the (game)world in 2D.
Yahtzee accepts the challenge: How would he fix Call of Juarez?
Yahtzee provides some real world alternatives to the Wii Sports Resort activities.
Yahtzee details why Red Faction:Guerilla isn't guerilla at all.
Yahtzee reminds game developers that they need to give players something to care about - or, failing that, a nice pair of jubblies to stare at.
Yahtzee decided which game is best - Prototype or InFamous - by judging pictures of the games' main characters wearing women's lingerie. No seriously.