How the Auction House sapped the fun from Diablo III's end-game.
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A last farewell to Commander Shepard.
Another way to look at the controversial Tomb Raider trailer.
No Right Answer's Chris Pranger offers a counterpoint to an argument about sex in games.
If Romana could've gotten busy in the TARDIS, she might've stuck around longer.
A perfect game for when it's just you two.
One more death would've dramatically improved "Closing Time."
In celebration of our 300th issue, we look back to this article from 2007, which asked, "Will computer games ever truly breach the third dimension?"
Child of Eden is trippy, gorgeous, and weird, which is why it's so moving.
Influential fantasy and mystery writer Joel Rosenberg is currently embroiled in a labyrinthine legal battle versus the City of Minneapolis stemming from an alleged felony weapons possession charge. His supporters and fans have established a defense fund and are seeking donations.
Seeing the sights Indy the only way I know how, wearing chainmail.
A smattering of the best costumes that I saw at Comic Con this year.
The tastes of American sports fans are changing, and sports journalists are in danger of being left behind.
This summer, Yahtzee's first novel, Mogworld, hits bookstores everywhere, and we're willing to bet fans of Zero Punctuation will be dying to get their hands on it. We're so confident of that, in fact, that we persuaded Yahtzee's publisher, Dark Horse, to let us give you the first glimpse of the new novel right here at The Escapist.
Two Escapist contributors discuss whether games were better in the 80s or if the future is indeed so bright that we have to wear 3D shades.