In some way or another, we're all nerds.
Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw types up more scathing commentary on the game industry and community every week.
There's nothing wrong with playing by yourself.
Yahtzee takes a look at the fan-made Half-Life remake, Black Mesa.
Yahtzee offers up a few challenging ways to play the open world sandbox builder.
Yahtzee proposes a very different game involving the Grim Reaper.
Sandbox games keep running into the same problems.
Games that try too hard to be funny usually end up failing.
Yahtzee takes a look at some of the Xbox's other Summer of Arcade offerings.
Half-Life's story has evolved slowly over time.
There must be a reason why players get their costumes scuffed.
Inversion gets a point for trying to throw a few plot twists at players.
Good story telling doesn't require item hunts.
All it took was one scene to break the mold on shocking videogame moments.
There's a time and a place to jump around. Most first person shooters aren't it.
The game industry has become obsessed with the idea of "more".