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Alex Kane is a journalist based in west-central Illinois. He has written for Polygon, the website of Rolling Stone,, Syfy Wire, Variety, and other publications.

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An oral history of The Matrix video games and their bonkers alternate ending

Meet the developers who crafted Wachowskis’ vision for Enter the Matrix and Path of Neo

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How PUBG Mobile was made in four months

Tencent looks back on the game’s first couple years

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The making of Samurai Shodown (2019)

We talk with the team responsible for bringing it back

The long, hard road of creating Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

Morrowind: An oral history

‘Here’s a world. Go play it how you wanna play it’

The state of BioWare

With a project over six years in the making, the storied game studio enters a new era

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Spending five years composing a game: The music from Below

Plumbing the depths with composer Jim Guthrie

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A brief history of Spider-Man games

He’s a vigilante, a public menace and the star of more than three decades of absurd video games

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Max Hoberman’s 10-year path from Halo to Last Expedition

More than a decade after his departure from Bungie, the Certain Affinity founder teases a new, original sci-fi property and sets his sights on the future.