Starting Screen is our weekly column featuring news, commentary, and music to help you get over your case of the Mondays.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone is getting its new season this week, but all eyes are on what's next for the series.
On its 10th anniversary, the future of Blizzard's flagship RTS is uncertain. It shouldn't be.
There ain't no gaming like summer vacation gaming.
The Last of Us Part 2's stealth is better than before, but at what cost?
An argument on Twitter throws the difficulty of having a real conversation about The Last of Us Part 2 into sharp relief.
The floodgates of not-E3 are about to open.
There's been an outpouring of support for black creators today, but it should always be there.
As we celebrate Super Mario Galaxy 2's 10th anniversary, we reflect on how Nintendo threw everything it had into its amazing sequel.
Rockstar's return to Los Santos is one of the most popular games ever, and it's not going away anytime soon.
Xbox is mostly making the right moves, but it's still playing from behind.
Every day I follow the same route, and it has become my drip feed of normalcy.
Majora's Mask, now 20 years old, is unforgettable. That's a lesson Breath of the Wild 2 should take.
Join us for a week-long series in which we explore the magic of co-op, community, and more.
I feel like I'm betraying Tifa.
Let creators see these old games through a new lens.
You're wrong about Super Mario 64, you're wrong about Super Mario 3D World, but most of all, you're wrong about Super Mario Sunshine.
A wonderful weekend with Animal Crossing, the return of Half-Life, and everything else happening in a busy week for games.
With human-to-human contact discouraged, luckily online games give us the hangout spaces we need.
Lessons learned from Final Fantasy 13, Ori returns, and everything else that's happening this week in games.
How I finally came to embrace the hype around Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
If video games are a chaotic digital sea, narrative and endings are its lighthouses.
A few good films don't constitute a pattern, unfortunately.
Part of the success of Fire Emblem: Three Houses was a passionate community plastering memes all over the internet.