Joe Köller has gone missing in Proteus.
Francisco Dominguez went looking for The Cave’s hidden treasures, but found only its secret shame.
Francisco Dominguez attended BAFTA’s Tomb Raider preview in London for us.
Joe Köller talked to Regina McMenomy about academia, feminism and gaming.
What makes a man? Tosy Mahapatra pokes the miserable pile of secrets.
Gamers are fighting demons of their own creation, and it needs to stop. Joe Köller asking for a little courage.
With The Old Republic, Bioware fails to meet the standards it set for itself. Andrew Huntly reporting from Makeb.
Gamers want to speak on behalf of their medium, but what do they have to say? Joe Köller on their current dialogue.
Zachary Brictson shares his personal gaming quirk.
To celebrate the beginning of the new year, we here at Haywire have decided to honor our favorite games of 2012.
Our own Joe Köller sat down with Chris Gardiner of Failbetter Games for a chat about his current projects, tabletop RPGs and writing choice.
Does the timing and presentation of choices hold meaning in itself? Trivun Luzaic muses about Katawa Shoujo’s structure.
Free choice? Stewart Melville is rooting through the industry’s big bag of tricks.
Who is Max Payne? Jack Nicholls looking for the man behind the outrageous shirt.
Andrew Huntly finding morality in an undead world.
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