If I write it, but it’s not really a straightforward review, it’ll end up here. Newest articles at the top.
A desperate plea to a developer whose creation has been holding my free time hostage for close to five years now.
Far Cry 4 is a perfectly fine, adequate game, with a perfectly disappointing, unambitious plot that could have been a lot better.
A brief history of publishers creating controversies in order to quickly gain notoreity, and whether indie horror game Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story fulfils those requirements.
Ten games, in no specific order, that made my 2020 just a little less unbearable.
My attempt at a BuzzFeed-esque ’15 things EVERY RollerCoaster Tycoon Player will remember!’, but really just an excuse for me to go on about my favourite game.
How ‘The St Christopher’s School Lockdown’ explores politics, class inequality, and clicking on funny words in koi ponds to cheer yourself up.
… Basically everything. Hm. Why did I write 6,000 words about this when those two seem to do the job pretty well?
Outlast might be a good horror game, but is it fair to call it ableist? Yes. Absolutely. I mean, it’s not even – anyway, let’s look at it in more detail.
Remember that time Games Done Quick banned a runner and everyone complained and then it turned out he was a Nazi? Good times.
I could try to come up with a better way of saying it, but basically, Spec Ops: The Line is pretentious bullshit for gaming snobs, and I explain in great detail exactly why.
Let’s talk about the multitude of ways in which Telltale games repeatedly hamstring their attempts to provide you with a decent story by constantly making 3rd grade writing mistakes.
Why The Wind Waker HD is simultaneously an excellent video game and also not worth purchasing if you’ve already got the original.
Hatred is edgy teenage attention-seeking garbage, but does it have a right to exist?