Research by The Toy Zone shows that the most valuable toy from the 90s that isn't a Beanie Baby is a computer game.
You may be familiar with the simple question "What character class should I play?" and it's a fair one to ask while being a hard one to answer.
The World of Darkness team at Paradox published the first development blog since taking the RPG properties in house. And it's a good one.
Data from JustWatch, an international streaming guide, suggests plenty of people watched Raya and the Last Dragon when it was released.
It's been 25 years since Pokemon Red and Blue for the Game Boy came out. Generation I introduced 151 Pokemon, and we've had a further 700 since then.
In a marketing move, any Star Wars fan should approve of Appliance City produced one of those towering infographics to study just how much coffee the Death Star's crew would need.
OnBuy looked at puzzles in computer games; which ones did people just in the most and are the hardest to solve?
Crunchyroll have published a look at 2020's most popular anime.
H&T calculate that a single ring would weigh 265lbs, and if it is solid gold would cost $7.7bn.
What's the difference between intelligence and wisdom in D&D?