These classic, standout games deserve recognition for helping the genre level up.
If Usagi has taught us anything, it's this: Being vulnerable is not a flaw.
Three cheers: They got it right!
We’re more than grateful that these villains are fictitious…
You’ll never need to race for a subway seat again.
Sure, he's invincible, but Superman deals with personal problems just like the rest of us.
I’ve got a few comics that I hope never make it to the big screen—for reasons you might not expect.
Now that Hello Games has opened the door, it’s up to other developers to fully realize the possibilities.
Twelve years later, Battlestar Galactica still feels novel—thanks in part to the series' scientific accuracy.
Science fiction and fantasy elements have been invading board games for almost as long as there have been board games at all, and it's not hard to see why.
The story-behind-a-story begins in mid-15th-century France with "wildman" Petrus Gonsalvus and his beautiful wife Catherine.
They're more than just a fight between good and evil.