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Wired.com | 08. 06. 2021 | Culture

The game lets you build a new post-plague civilization in 14th-century England, and it’s been topping Steam charts—for good reason.

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Wired.com | 05. 06. 2021 | Culture

A combination of a high barrier to entry and outdated, misogynistic attitudes keep women out of a hobby where they could thrive.

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Wired.com | 07. 04. 2021 | Culture

While not perfect, it's a breezy action game that's unique—and a ton of fun.

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Wired.com | 12. 03. 2021 | Culture

The Amazon series Upload shows a comedic—and probably more realistic—version of what would happen if humans could live online after they die.

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Wired.com | 12. 03. 2021 | Culture

Technology is designed to conjure up warm, fond memories. But the anniversary of lockdown has brought on a period of mourning.

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Wired.com | 12. 03. 2021 | Culture

The human brain is fallible. Which is exactly what gives social deduction games their voltage.

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Wired.com | 28. 02. 2021 | Culture

From Hyrule to Hallownest, these are our absolute favorite video game escapes for the Switch and Switch Lite.

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Wired.com | 21. 01. 2021 | Culture

Few people could witness Joe Biden and Kamala Harris get sworn in in person. Instead, we watched (and tried to make sense of it all) online.

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Wired.com | 15. 01. 2021 | Culture

The show's third season jumps forward 1,000 years into the future. It helped the show not stay mired in old ideas.

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Wired.com | 22. 12. 2020 | Culture

Games like Hades take place, largely, in hell. What does that say about the players who happily retreat into the underworld?

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Wired.com | 20. 11. 2020 | Culture

It'll be a while before US theaters are back to full capacity. Offering the 'Wonder Woman' sequel on its streaming service is Warner Bros.' best option.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

The attack comes just days after US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez played the game in a wildly popular Twitch stream.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

The game envisions a near future full of techno-dystopian surveillance, but it doesn't have much to say about the people it affects.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

Players with disabilities and chronic illnesses haven't waited around for console manufacturers to look their way. Here's how far we've come—and how far we have to go.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

D&D can look difficult to get into, but with the right tools and a community you can vibe with, it’s much easier than it looks.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

Some are casting spells to “raise a mighty blue wave,” while other conjurers are employing pro-Trump countermagics.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

You may not be able to hit up a costume party this year, but these flicks will help you enjoy the holiday just the same.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

The star’s tone-def social media posts became a meme this week—a reminder that the extravagant lives of entertainers aren’t so entertaining anymore.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

In his short story "Hell Creek," horror author Robert Cargill tackles one of the scariest ideas ever: an undead dino apocalypse.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

On this week’s Get WIRED podcast, writer Arielle Pardes talks about the world of political TikTok.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

So-called gacha mechanics are central to the blockbuster open-world RPG and many other games from China, Japan, and South Korea. But they've left US players smarting.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

We all can learn to be better, more empathetic communicators—especially now that we’re all behind screens instead of in-person.

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Wired.com | 08. 11. 2020 | Culture

What does it mean when the notoriously oppressive Empire looks ... inclusive? The game raises new questions about tyranny in the galaxy—and at home.

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