How three unconventional hobbyists haphazardly created a new arcade game out of dormant technology.
Analog entertainment meets digital as the Neo-Futurists perform video game-related plays at this weekend’s special edition of Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind.
Chicago’s alternative video game festival returns on Saturday with more weird DIY games you can’t play on your Xbox or iPhone.
From their Avondale studio, the creators of Mortal Kombat are thrilling and repulsing a new generation of gamers with the hyperrealistic ultraviolence of the franchise’s latest entry.
A month-old mashup created by local producer Chaz Allen has garnered a lot of attention this week—could it be a tipping point for his web-based concert series?
“It’s not all Call of Duty.”
VGA Gallery furthers the case for the artistic merit of video games.
V-Day Issue: Lynn Rondeau and Katy Bird are the type of people who’ll parallel park your car for you.
How “free” games separate players from their money
This week’s Chicagoan is Trevor Burke, an 11-year-old stand-up comedian.
Dan on a deadbeat husband, a thoughtful sex worker, and fucking across party lines
Now you can generate video games from your analog synth setup.
Mobb Deep and Super Mario Bros. make an odd but enjoyable pairing.
The biggest video-game property going says good-bye to hate speech
In-the-know Chicagoans recommend Dollhouse Volume 1, Lakeview’s People Play Games, and HBO’s Girls