Respawn and Lucasfilm are proud to reveal a new Jedi-based Star Wars game coming out this November. In hiding, the Jedi must remain.
Back in the 90s there were some MEMORABLE Christmas mornings. But in 1992 and 1998, two Star Wars games from LucasArts made those respective mornings legendary: Super Star Wars and Rogue Squadron.
Celeste is the first video game masterpiece of 2018. It is also one of the most realistic depictions of self-doubt and anxiety in the medium.
Star Wars Battlefront II is the first full story told through a video game in the new canon. How does this medium suffice for Star Wars storytelling today, and is the game worthwhile beyond the story it tells?
The Sonic franchise has an elaborate history full of ups and downs. How far has the Blue Blur come since his debut in 1991 and how does Sonic Forces also help his other games shine?
In Crawler Commandeers, the Rebels crew desperately need to contact Hera on Yavin IV. Meanwhile, Hera faces a challenge of her own.
To celebrate the release of Perception on the Nintendo Switch, The Deep End Games Creative Director Bill Gardner reflects back on an old childhood dream finally coming to fruition–to publish a game on a Nintendo System.
Super Mario Odyssey is a remarkable new entry to an all-time classic series. How far has Mario come since his first 3D appearance in Super Mario 64?
Cuphead is easily the most intriguing and unique game of 2017, but, what makes it so special and why should everyone be playing it no matter how hard they hear it is?
Tolkien in the 21st century! Michael Harris explores the expanded universe of Middle-Earth in the upcoming Shadow of War.
From Kamino to Starkiller Base, a new trailer shows us just what’s in store this coming November in Star Wars: Battlefront II.
Wizards of the Coast introduces their upcoming online version of Magic the Gathering: MTG Arena, and Bill takes it for a test run.
James Volpe is going retro with video games and art in this edition of The RetroZap Artist Series.