Live-action role play, or “LARP” is often considered to be the nerdiest form of gaming.
In bygone years these lands had tall tales of folk heroes like Pecos Bill, John Henry, and Paul Bunyan.
I just stared writing for a new site called Automaton. Here’s my first article for them: Action Role Playing Games (“ARPGs”) have slowly evolved to focus on storytelling and character development while the challenge level has dropped to help ensure that players will be able to explore their vast worlds.
The last episode of Telltale’s The Walking Dead ended with a nail-biting cliffhanger that left Clementine in the middle of a situation which didn’t have any good options.
Wil Wheaton once said “Don’t let anyone tell you that that thing that you love is a thing that you can’t love.” The My Little Pony franchise has been around for thirty years, and for almost all of that time it was meant for little girls.
The sci-fi musical is a rare beast, but geeky musicals are getting a little more common each year.
The Games As Art debate grows more one-sided each year as game designers find ever more profound themes to explore.
Sunset takes place in 1972, in a fictional South American republic called Anchuria. Players control a housekeeper who is left alone in the home of her employer.
The War On Terror has been waged for almost fourteen years, and the theater community is still looking for new ways to address it.
Last year Executive Producer Zach Braff and Director Jeremy Snead launched a campaign on the crowdfunding site Kickstarter to make an indie documentary about video games, and it arrives this month.