Rumors

The 'Sherlock' Movie Might Actually Be Happening

The game is on!

ByRyan Britt
AI

Video Shows Rabbit’s AI Destroys the Humane Ai Pin on Reliability and Speed

The responses may not be as detailed, but the R1 seems much more reliable.

ByJackson Chen
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You Need to Play the Most Unnerving Horror Game of the Year ASAP

The feels-bad-man game of the year.

ByHayes Madsen
Gaming

The Most Anticipated Switch Game Could Finally Appear At Nintendo Indie World

For real this time.

ByRobin Bea
News

'Dune 2' Sets a Troubling New Precedent for Home Video Releases

For once, physical media may not be the best way to watch this movie.

ByDais Johnston
The New West

'Outer Range' Season 2’s Trailer Goes Full Dune

Outer Range Season 2 is revealing more than just time travel.

ByRyan Britt
News

Disney+ is Reintroducing Channel Surfing to the Masses

Everything old is new again.

ByLyvie Scott
Handhelds

This Game Boy Clone Plays PS1 and Nintendo DS Games on a Perfectly Square Screen

PowKiddy's TikTok-famous retro handheld now has a follow-up.

ByJackson Chen
Review

'The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare' Brilliantly Brings Guy Ritchie Back to Basics

The British director returns with another remix of his greatest hits: this time, with Nazis.

ByLyvie Scott
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PlayStation Plus Just Added the Wildest Fishing Game Ever

Try PlayStation’s catch of the day.

ByRobin Bea
Exclusive

'X-Men ‘97 Directors Want to Make an Animated Movie — And It Sounds Amazing

An X-Men ‘97 feature film could be “Spider-Verse” meets “Akira.”

ByJake Kleinman
Inverse Recommends

How a Video Game Helped Me Overcome My Fear of a Beloved ‘90s Comedy

This popular indie is finally available on Nintendo Switch.

ByAshley Bardhan
Retrospective

Time Has Only Been Kind to Quentin Tarantino’s Stylish, Surprisingly Moving Sequel

Kill Bill Vol. 2 was not the follow-up fans expected. But 20 years later, it has aged gracefully.

ByAlex Welch
Space

Look! A Black Hole 33 Times More Massive Than Our Sun Was Hiding In Plain Sight

Astronomers just discovered the largest black hole in our galaxy. It was forged by a dead star.

ByDoris Elín Urrutia
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An Indie Studio Just Dropped the Best Sci-Fi Anthology You Haven’t Seen For Free

A Thousand Suns packs dark, emotional punches.

ByRyan Britt
Gaming

Emulators On iPhone Are Already Off To A Rocky Start

A Game Boy Advance emulator was added (and then removed) from the App Store in a single weekend.

ByTrone Dowd
Gaming News

Final Fantasy XIV’s Graphics Update Already Has Players Divided

Time for a makeover.

ByHayes Madsen
News

You Can Finally Play the Most Iconic Game in Star Wars

Time to deal you in.

ByDais Johnston
Opinion

Microsoft’s New Surfaces Need to Beat MacBooks or Die Trying

Microsoft has the AI chops and big chip plans, but it needs to prove that those add up to a better experience than what Apple offers.

ByIan Carlos Campbell
News

'Deadpool 3' Isn’t Actually 'Deadpool 3,' Apparently

Director Shawn Levy calls it a “two-hander” between Deadpool and Wolverine.

ByLyvie Scott
Gaming

FF7 Rebirth Slow Sales Could Prompt A Major Shift

The rebirth of indies at Square Enix.

ByRobin Bea
Gaming News

Final Fantasy XVI Patch Changes One of the Game’s Biggest Flaws

A much-needed update.

ByHayes Madsen
Opinion

Why Did Amazon Dump 'Fallout' All at Once?

Way to waste the wasteland.

ByDais Johnston
Gaming

Fallout 4 Is Finally Getting an Overdue Update — But There's a Catch

The update will delay an ambitious fan-made expansion for the game in the process.

ByTrone Dowd
News

Christopher Nolan’s 'Interstellar' is About to Get a Much-Deserved Reappraisal

On its 10th anniversary, Nolan’s angsty sci-fi epic returns to theaters.

ByLyvie Scott
EVs

Tesla’s Latest Cybertruck Hiccup Could Be Its Worst Yet

To get ahead of it, Tesla has paused Cybertruck deliveries.

ByJackson Chen
Opinion

'Civil War' is About Whatever You Want it to Be

Throughout his career, Alex Garland has prioritized vibes over plot, even while tackling some of the most controversial topics of our era.

ByJake Kleinman
Space

Is Dark Matter Real? Inside the Theories That Leave This Mysterious Phenomenon Out

Is there more to the universe than meets the eye, or are the rules different than we thought? (Spoiler alert: it's probably the first one.)

ByKiona Smith

Gary Ryan

Gary Ryan is a freelance writer and journalist based in Manchester in the UK, writing about music, pop culture, politics, games, entertainment and social issues. He has contributed to outlets such as The Guardian, Big Issue, and is a columnist for NME, responsible for their regular flagship Does Rock N Roll Kill Braincells?! feature, quizzing musicians about events and trivia about their lives they might have forgotten.

ByJake Kleinman
Retrospective

20 Years Later, Kirby’s Still Got It

Kirby and the Amazing Mirror doesn’t reinvent the classic formula, but it does find ways to improve it.

BySteven Asarch