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Guide to Games
2:31

The Legacy of Cult Classic 'Phantom Dust'

In this episode of Guide to Games, we explore the legacy Phantom Dust.
Guide to Games
2:02

How 'Crackdown' Made 3D Platformer Games Fun Again

In this episode of Guide to Games, we explore Crackdown and how it revolutionized the 3D platformer.
Guide to Games
2:12

State of Decay

In this episode of Guide to Games, we explore State of Decay and how it revolutionized the zombie apocalypse genre.
Guide to Games
2:32

Why 'Valkyria Chronicles' Was The PS3's First Killer App

In this episode of Guide to Games, we explore the legacy of a Valkyria Chronicles--from its influence on the gaming world to its influence on the people that played it.
Broadly Shorties
2:26

Η Ιστορία του Δονητή

Η Claire Cavanah, συνιδιοκτήτρια του μαγαζιού Babeland στο Soho της Νέας Υόρκης, μας ξεναγεί στο Μουσείο Δονητών που διατηρεί στο κατάστημά της και μας διηγείται την ιστορία πίσω από τα πρώτα gadgets.
Guide to Games
1:51

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind' Should be Your Favorite 'Elder Scrolls' Game

In this episode of Guide to Games, we take a look at what made Morrowind so great.
Guide to Games
2:43

Watch Dogs

Watch Dogs was a huge disappointment, but in this episode of Guide to Games we look at one way that it managed to surprise us anyway.
Long Story Short
1:33

How the Financial Crisis Led to Trump

In the first episode of Long Story Short, we look at how the financial crisis of 2008 may have led to the election of Donald Trump eight years later.
SUB.Culture / Clip
10:03

The DJ's Who Turned Cuba's Economic Turmoil Into a Movement

In the economically devastated early 90s, DJs like D'Joy de Cuba, Wichy de Vedado, and DJ Jigüe, found catharsis in a new community of parties, clubs, and sounds.
SUB.Culture / Clip
9:04

Meet the Pioneers Who Inspired Cuba's Dance Music Scene

In the early 1960s, oscillators, Moog synths, and dusty old tapes helped to cultivate an electroacoustic movement in Cuban music.
SUB.Culture / Clip
1:40

SUB.Culture: Cuba

We delve into how a group of pioneering musicians in the early 1960s created an electroacoustic movement that coupled modern equipment with more traditional Cuban styles.
VICE Talks Film
13:45

The Filmmakers Reviving 'Roots' Discuss Recreating the Iconic Series for a Modern Audience

VICE sits down with Mario Van Peebles, Mandela Van Peebles, and Mark Wolper to talk about their new four-part miniseries that retells the classic story of Kunta Kinte.
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