Spider-Man is an unqualified triumph of a game - but the best thing about it is also the most surprising. Sam Brooks reviews.
China is home to more than half a billion gamers – and Auckland game developer Allan Xia wants to help New Zealand’s gaming industry tap into the opportunities the market offers.
Next year will mark 20 years since Neopets materialised on the World Wide Web, and with most of its former user base now in their 20s and 30s, it seems the time is ripe for a nostalgic resurgence.
The seventh expansion of World of Warcraft, Battle for Azeroth hit the metaphoric shelves last week. Uther Dean talks to some of the decade-old game's most diehard Kiwi fans.
Having won the hearts of everyone in the music department, our heroes uncover a vital clue to aid them in their quest, but tensions within the party threaten to throw them off track.
With the announcement that The Walking Dead's Negan is joining Tekken 7, it's clear that absolutely anybody can be a Tekken character.
Spider-Man is one of 2018's most hotly anticipated titles, from the critically acclaimed studio Insomniac. Adam Goodall talks to Insomniac's community director, James Stevenson.
Dunedin-based company Runaway Play has created a new mobile game that lets you dive head first into the cat cafe phenomena. The verdict? Chill, but addictive (and very, very cute).
Popular crowdfunding platform Kickstarter has been a boon for video game developers for a few years now. Sam Brooks investigates the less glamourous side of the platform.
“Make a check to see if you have the charisma to call a school assembly.” Starring Nic Sampson, Paul Williams, Alice Snedden, Ray O’Leary, Brynley Stent, and special guest Rhiannon McCall.
Multiplayer gaming has moved from the lounge to the headset - and it's not necessarily a good thing. Jesse Dekel writes about where multiplayer gaming is now, and why she's never really enjoyed it.
If you participate in a certain dark corner of the internet, you'll know that a lot of people are talking about video game breasts – and the fight to keep them unrealistic.
Lots of people can't drive, including Haimona Gray. He talks to a few famous people who are similarly impaired, and gets behind the wheel in the only way he knows how: video games.
A fight-filled episode as our heroes try to destroy some book monsters while Forrest attempts to heal the heart of a lonely librarian. Also Alice has a wedding to get to.
A definitive guide to the upcoming games of this year, next and year and beyond... through Grindr Tribes. Kermath writes you the gayest video game guide possible.