I’m going to be honest: choosing a March Madness theme was a little tough this year because we are all feeling... a little more existential than usual. But the complicated tenor of our spirits was exactly how we landed on Childhood vs. Adulthood, resulting in perhaps one of the most joyous brackets we’ve ever had.
There was no happy ending, no neat resolution, when Moe bullied Calvin out of his toy truck. But during that two week stretch of Calvin & Hobbes strips from 1989, cartoonist Bill Watterson made a dark but salient point about how unfair life can be. It was a gutsy move, and it resonated with anyone who had a less than…
This Saturday morning, Scott Bradlee & Co bring us their rendition of Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, a show I honestly could never get into.
EA Play adds life to The Sims 3 this spring with the Generations Expansion pack, letting players explore the stages of virtual life on a much deeper level than ever before.
In this moving six-minute microtalk from GDC 2011, Independent Games Festival chairman Brandon Boyer champions the countless independent developers that still have something sincere to say through gaming.
Despite the fact that I spend my nonexistent spare time writing for Kotaku and being pretty immersed in the wild, wild world of "game culture," I harbor a bit of 'game shame.' OK, a lot. I've gotten a little bolder in discussing my Kotaku gig, but I still keep my love of games and gaming under wraps in most…