Screenplay reader Jeremy Coote Jeremy ‘BlindSquirrel’ Coote presents us with the conundrum of games that play themselves
Screen Play Reader Nigel Cunningham Nigel Cunningham presents us with a discussion of current Crowd Funded games plans with a hefty dose of nostalgia.
Screen Play reader Andrew Yoshimura Andrew Yoshimura is a previous Your Turn winner, and today he presents us with a fascinating history of the ways in which older games could be completed, sometimes by design and sometimes by accident.
James Dominguez The Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita have both taken time to build up momentum. However, both systems have some great games that make them worth owning.
James Dominguez Have you ever hooked a non-gamer onto games? What were the games you used as a gateway drug?
James Dominguez Remember Me is a gorgeous, stylish science fiction adventure with enough fresh ideas to spice up its mostly been-there-done-that gameplay mechanics.
James Dominguez Most of the games we play centre around killing scores of enemies. Is there a change coming? One independent developer thinks there is.
Screen play reader Corey Lee In today's Your Turn, reader Corey Lee talks about how good it is for a game to invoke emotion in the player, even if it's a negative emotion like guilt.
James Dominguez We are entering a small renaissance for survival horror, with several high profile titles out in the coming year. Today we ask readers if they like games that scare them.
James Dominguez One of the primary complaints from those who would censor video games is that players will mimic what they see in the game. What if this were actually true?
James Dominguez It's Friday again, and in lieu of a jigsaw we once again have a conversation starter. This week, which games have made you switch off your console in a rage?
Kit Eaton Early adventure games can't rival the fun, intrigue and drama of playing a point-and-click adventure on a touch screen.
Camille Bautista Kids as young as 11 are using coding skills to hack accounts on social media and gaming sites, according to one report.
Asher Moses Traditional retail video game sales in Australia slumped 23 per cent in 2012 as consumers increasingly shifted towards game apps and digital downloads.
James Dominguez It seems to be official: Dead Space isn't scary any more. DexX takes the opportunity to look back on games that have scared us, horrified us, and revolted us.
A British magazine aimed at primary school children has been featuring images of adult-rated video games.
Social game maker is chasing more profitable ventures.
An adults-only rating category for computer games has come into effect across the nation.
Politicians and other public figures rush to apportion blame to video games - but do games really train killers?
James Dominguez Aliens: Colonial Marines is terrible, but it is only the most recent of a huge number of recent bad games. DexX argues that companies need to stop producing turkeys.