Up to 3 million people in Hong Kong could be eligible to live, work or study in the UK under a bespoke immigration system announced by Dominic Raab in response to the imposition of national security legislation on Hong Kong by China. The foreign secretary accused China of a 'clear and serious violation' of the joint declaration signed with the UK, and pledged the government would 'honour' its commitment to citizens of the former British colony Hong Kong protests: more than 300 arrested as...
The World Video Game Hall of Fame inducted Bejeweled, Centipede, King’s Quest and Minecraft in a virtual ceremony that recognized their influence on the industry.
Updated June 11th When it comes to scheduling out your entertainment, you've got a lot of options these days. We're in the age of Peak TV, Superhero Cinema, and have an unparalleled amount of content available across a wealth of online providers. It's hard enough to keep release dates straight for your favorite TV shows, movies, and superhero films let alone staying on top of when the latest and greatest video games are due to hit shelves. Add in the fact that Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo's...
Series writer Bill Oakley called the fan-made game ‘fantastic’, and something ‘all Simpsons fans must check out’
The Video Game History Foundation wants to add a Bulls-Pistons Easter egg from "NBA Jam" to its archives — perhaps to the dismay of Scottie Pippen and Horace Grant.
Yes, the games take place in the virtual world. But Wizards District Gaming’s goal is to deliver real-life lessons in its first virtual summer camp.
Across the last two weeks, video game writer Chris Avellone has been accused of sexual assault by several women.
From NBA Jam to Backyard Baseball, it’s time to vote on your all time favorite. This week at SB Nation, we’re going to be talking about video games across the network. That’s not limited to sports video games, but in this post, right here, that’s what we’re going to talk about. What is the greatest sports video game title of all time?
The depiction of police in video games has taken many forms over the years. Officers might appear as antagonists exemplifying corruption and violence, or as benevolent forces doing their best to protect and serve. Recent weeks of protests against police brutality and racism have upended video games’ ability to depict the police as neutral arbiters of justice, which should make game developers reckon with how they will present the police in the future.