I’ve spent the better part of the past week wandering the vast wastelands of a post-apocalyptic Nevada in Fallout: New Vegas. Aside from the shocking depth of content provided by the long, bloody trek, I find myself startled at how well the game holds up.

August 11 – August 17

It's been a helluva year for PC Role Playing Games, and there's still a few to go. While Deep Silver brought us a disappointing Sacred 3 last week, seven days heals all wounds. At least, I hope.
This week Sean Sands and Shawn Andrich talk about moving up in the job world and adjusting to your new role. Right Click Here and 'Save As' to Download!
“Why do we have to move?” I asked. In my head, I can hear the tone of my voice. It’s hard to listen to. I’m actually whining. “It’s not fair!” I screamed, and stormed out of the house. I grabbed my backpack from the station wagon and headed down the hill, across the field, and to the horse barn. I scrambled up the hay elevator and found a corner by the window. It was hot.
Oculus Rift Dev Kit 2 Impressions, Elite Enters Multiplayer Beta, Sang Froid, Wolf Among Us, Playstation Now, Kate Craig From Fullbright, A Day in The Life (In Video Games), Your Emails and More! This week Shawn, Elysium, Allen and Kate Craig talk about what they'd like to spend a day in the life of through the medium of games.

Gamers Gonna Game

GWJ staff regularly receive questions that presuppose that there is a correct way to play games, some prescribed method of gamerhood.

August 4 - August 10

The Week Ahead comes to you this week a day late and with a long list of games I've generally never heard of.

The Quiet House

My wife and two kids are visiting the grandparents on the Gulf Coast for the last two weeks and the next two to come. While I was able to join them for the first week of the journey, I came home some ten days ago so I could get back to work. Since then, I’ve had the house to myself.
Divinity: Original Sin Finished, Elite: Dangerous Beta, Freedom Planet, Walking Dead Season 2, Hearthstone: Curse of Naxxramas , Are Games a Little Broken a Little Better?, Your Emails and More! Join Shawn, Elysium, Julian, Allen and Rob Zacny as they debate whether or not games are a bit better when they're a little broken.

July 28 – August 3

I honestly had to do a kind of mental double take when I saw that Firefall releases, finally, this week. Announced four years ago at PAX, I've since seen Firefall in a variety of iterations, and it has always felt like a cool idea that just needed a little more time to bake. The times I played I would think, "This seems like it should be good, so why am I not having fun?"