Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone on creating a page-turning legend.
Meet Galaksija, the wooden wonder computer.
Rediscovering the joy of play on a father-and-son visit to the home of the Skylanders.
Salvaging London's lost video game amusements.
"Producing books that engage with pop culture is a much more radical idea than it should be."
Jennifer Hale speaks about her two decades voice-acting, fame and garnering respect in games.
How two friends rediscovered the arcades in Buenos Aires.
Lights, camera, hadouken! The 1994 anime gets a Blu-ray release.
Does Microsoft's low budget, live action web series work as a standalone DVD release?
This indie documentary film is an affectionate tribute that sadly short changes its subject.
One of the industry's leading composers on classical influences, taking over YouTube, Kickstarting a symphony and the meaning of life.
Syfy's tie-in with the new online game is a bold move, but is the show itself playing it too safe?
A book detailing the transformation of the house of cards.
Does Disney's latest family blockbuster do for gaming what Toy Story did for action figures?
With his latest novel Bedlam, the Scottish crime author jacks into videogames.
Link's lavish 25th anniversary art book is unmissable.
Microsoft's ambitious web-series starts off all Battlestar Galactica: Junior High.
The new documentary film starring Jon Blow, Team Meat and Phil Fish of Fez fame. Out now on iTunes and Steam.
A definitive history of the intersection of the games and movie industries.
A new Smithsonian exhibit puts games in a major gallery for the first time. Eurogamer finds out whether they fit.
The book that claims to go behind the scenes with Rockstar's phenomenon.