What Went Wrong with Street Fighter: The Movie
Sex, drugs and cancer: behind-the-scenes of Street Fighter: The Movie.
Ken Levine and the Infinite Idaho
Ken Levine created an award-winning video game about politics, philosophy and humanity. Is 6-years, millions of dollars, creative freedom and some of the best talent on earth enough to create a worthy sequel?
The Final Years of Irrational Games, According to Those Who Were There
A follow-up of sorts to Ken Levine and the Infinite Idaho, we learn why Irrational Games, the most critically acclaimed video game developer of its generation, closed after selling over 6 million copies of BioShock Infinite
Grandpa Holds the Cards
By the time my grandfather had passed away, he averaged 600 games of FreeCell a month, with a consecutive loss record of 8 and consecutive win record of 36. But could he beat the “unbeatable deal?”
The Million Dollar Gamer Dad
Bob Glouberman has acted in Oscar-nominated films, created real-world role-playing adventures and won millions of dollars on game shows under a variety of identities. He’s the coolest, just ask his daughter.
The Many Faces of The Bureau: XCOM Declassified, from 2006 to 2013
The true story behind the 7-year, multi-studio, million dollar development of The Bureau: XCOM Declassified.
Call of Duty and The Devil’s Brigade
Why Activision canceled a spin-off of Call of Duty, the most successful game franchise of the 2000s.
Japan’s Indie Ambassador
One man’s quest to inspire thousands of one-man game studios in Japan.
In 2012, Men Preserve the Game of 1864
"Authentic shoes, El Presidente tells me, would be too dangerous. ‘We all gotta go to work on Monday,’ he says."
Making Engines, Getting Better with Age
Epic Games started in an empty garage. Now its millionaire owners drive exotic sports cars and create engines — the kind that power games.
A Troubled Thief
How office politics hindered the reboot of the cult favorite franchise, Thief.
The Professional Fan
A game Nintendo has all but forgotten gave Reid Young his friends, his wife and his business. At Fangamer, it quite literally pays to be a fan.