Editor's Note

Editor's Note

This issue of The Escapist is all about "the line" in games: how it's crossed, by whom and why this is sometimes a good thing.

Editor's Note

In this week's issue of The Escapist, we're blinding you with science. And you know we're serious by the number of exclamation points.

Editor's Note

This week's issue of The Escapist debriefs us on the subjects of spies and videogames and will self-destruct in five seconds.

Editor's Note

This week's issue of The Escapist, about videogames and food, pairs well with a glass of dry Riesling or a bottle of American pale ale.

Editor's Note

In this week's issue of The Escapist, we look at some of gaming's best examples of blurring the line between good and bad.

Editor's Note

This week, The Escapist celebrates user-created content, from Counter-Strike maps to nude patches.

Editor's Note

This week, it's time again for "Editor's Choice," when we select a chosen few articles from among the many we receive each week to represent the magazine at its finest.

Editor's Note

This week, in Issue 236 of The Escapist, "Once Upon a Time," we celebrate storytelling in games.

Editor's Note

This week in The Escapist, our very first issue of 2010, we pay tribute to this infamous trinity of guns, girls and guitars in "Heavy Metal."

Editor's Note

I have the distinct honor of presenting the editor's note for issue 234 of The Escapist - the last issue of the year, and of the decade. That makes this a moment for reflection: Not just on this year, but on our progress through the years.

Editor's Note

We're all connected through games as heroes, as gamers and as humans - and that's what this issue of The Escapist is all about.

Editor's Note

In this issue of The Escapist, we asked a handful of game developers to describe the everyday, down-and-dirty details of what encompasses a life lived making games.

Editor's Note

In this issue, The Escapist's contributors recount their most memorable holiday experiences.

Editor's Note

The relationship between player and game is one of harmony, balance, and symbiosis. Perhaps that's why it feels like such a kick in the teeth when our games turn against us.

Editor's Note

The gaming population is growing broader by the day. So why aren't gamers becoming any less narrow-minded?