Meet The Escapist's new Editor-in-Chief.
After five years, six Webby Awards, two Streamy nominations, a G.A.N.G. Award nomination, two dozen video series, over 1,000 written articles, hundreds of millions of page views, quadruple digit percentage traffic growth and a Time Magazine "50 Best Websites" mention, I have decided that it is time for me to move on to new adventures.
The magazine that started The Escapist is undergoing yet another change - it's growing.
Videogames provide a means for creation far surpassing the opportunities of our natural world.
Trust is important. That's why threatening game reviewers is a dangerous game.
The only way to top being the best is to become even better.
A look back at E3's look forward.
Fantasy author and Second Amendment rights activist dies from complications of a heart attack.
Valve's proposal for weeding out obnoxious players is nothing less than a tyrannical dick tax.
You've burned your last bit of goodwill, Obsidian.
It's hard for an adult to believe in a concept as absurd as Happily Ever After, but Disney does its best to make you try.
The videogame industry is utterly screwed, and it's all your fault - but don't feel too bad about that, because that's how it should be.
The Escapist brings home three awards, including one to celebrate games as a lifestyle.
Russ Pitts puts games aside for a moment to take stock of a momentous event: the death of Osama Bin Laden.
Zombies will always infect videogames, because gamers need something they can shoot guilt-free.