The mobile game is a loving parody of the mainline Pokémon games, about the tragedy and beauty of the lowly Magikarp. The post Magikarp Jump Is an Endearing Tribute to Pokémon's Least-Loved Fish appeared first on WIRED.
The franchise's foray into American politics probably won't succeed, but it'll be noteworthy. The post You'll Find Far Cry 5 Provocative—Even if It's a Mess appeared first on WIRED.
The unfinished <em>PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds</em>, a 100-player multiplayer survival game, has become a massive, overwhelming hit. The post The Unflinching, Unfinished Battle Royale That's Entrancing Gamers appeared first on WIRED.
Part game, part viral marketing, the brief interactive fiction examines how stories reshape the world around us. The post The Story of Arc Symphony, a Game About a Game That Doesn’t Exist appeared first on WIRED.
For a videogame about superheroes beating each other up, the fighting title seems pretty conflicted about it. The post Injustice 2: a Great Superhero Game That Beats Itself appeared first on WIRED.
Arkane Studios' latest is a sprawling title that doesn't know what kind of game it wants to be. The post For a Game About Identity, Prey's Sure Short on Its Own appeared first on WIRED.
Let's get this out of the way up front: I am terrible at 'Tumbleseed.' The post Tumbleseed Is an Ingenious Game—if You Can Manage Not to Die appeared first on WIRED.
Your experience with the sincere first-person exploration game will depend on how closely you can identify with its ideas. The post What Remains of Edith Finch Is a Great Game—if You See Yourself in It appeared first on WIRED.
The iOS game, and others like it, transforms your phone into a window to a more joyful plane of reality. The post Vignettes Invents a New Game Genre By Enchanting Your Phone appeared first on WIRED.
'Red vs. Blue,' the phenomenon of the machinima era, is back for another season—nearly 15 years after it helped build a genre. The post Once the Darling of YouTube, Machinima Still Lives On—For Some appeared first on WIRED.