Love them or hate them, the industry is a better place because of Nintendo.
Cast your vote to declare that gaming is here to stay.
You might be broke as a joke, but that doesn't mean you have to stop gaming.
This week marks Issue 300 of The Escapist, and Editor-in-Chief Russ Pitts takes a moment to reflect on the journey so far.
The birds are angry that so-called "core" gamers insist on dismissing the fun they could be having by playing "casual" games.
For this installment of Editor's Choice, The Escapist provides a springtime sampler of intriguing gaming topics including Dungeons & Dragons, the art of reviewing, drug lords and the loneliest number.
Are exploding barrels and imperiled princesses clichés, or are they the glue that holds games together? Russ Pitts argues that they're both.
You got movies in my videogames! No, you got videogames in my movies! This week, we examine the intriguing ways these two mediums are intersecting.
Russ Pitts may not have revered comics enough to bag-and-board them, but still values the lessons they taught him.
Russ Pitts tells those kids to get the hell off his lawn as he discusses how the Generation Gap is influencing the gaming landscape.
The recent rise of vampires in popular culture can be traced back to that hottest of hot topics: sex.
Feel free to enjoy whatever system you use to play videogames, just remember - mine is better than yours. Russ Pitts examines the emotions that fuel the Console Wars.
No matter how important you think you are, you're still only a third of the gaming industry.
This week we turn the eye of The Escpaist toward Sega, the company of contradictions, in an attempt to understand what it is that makes Sega so unique and so troubled.
Russ Pitts explains how even the most well-kept locations - be they hotels, telecommunications systems, and of course games - aren't immune to bugs.