The Classics are must-see, must-read, must-play works revered by The Verge staff. They offer glimpses of the future, glimpses of humanity, and a glimpse of our very souls. You should check them out.
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Imagine an encounter with something truly alien
Sonically human in a world where the machine has become a part of everyone’s soul
The Dark Knight in full audio glory
Before Banksy, a look back at the struggle to be graffiti king of New York
The story behind the looper's delight
I am the voice inside your head
Ever feel like someone’s listening in?
Dismantling the Nazi war machine has never required such finesse
A British band from the '90s makes an enduring work of pop musical beauty
An all-purpose nightmare for the television age
Utter madness has never been so beautiful
A painful, rewarding, and theatrical myth of a game
In Grant Morrison's pop apocalypse, the world is ending right now — and everything is going to be OK
A shooting gallery game you can burn hours on
Featuring the best 'Star Wars' character to never appear on the big screen
You know who else confused truth with mythmaking?
Kafka through the lens of a superhero comic, a Fritz Lang film with aliens, and a Dashiell Hammett story with telekinetic powers
A bittersweet reminder of how technology changes who we are
Creepy, funny, and really intelligent radio drama