My mind is at a standstill on the precipice of disaster. Any movement I make may prove misfortunate. Development initiates from acceptance and privilege. FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
“Words can’t express what happened, but they’re all I got.” FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
At the core of many military shooters lies a lack of empathy for the enemy. FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
Thanks to numerous early leaks of titles, E3 this year feels less like an exciting event and more like a checklist to work through. FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
Allow me to be frank: Quantic Dream has yet to develop a “good” game. FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
Games are often viewed as a landscape of violence, a playground for sociopathic tendencies to be artificially unleashed. FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
Originally developed by Ravenous Games, Devious Dungeon is the latest iOS game with the help of game developer and porting company Ratalaika Games to make it’s way over to the Nintendo Switch. While I haven’t...
Rockstar Games are entirely motivated by violence. FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
We distract ourselves to overcome mundanity. We go on road trips. We listen to talk shows. We ramble on in conversations. We watch movies and videos. We take drugs. We deteriorate with intent. We...
There was a dryness to the morning air as I sailed to Paradise. Upon the shore stood my brother, sly grin on his face, welcoming me with shrewd menace underneath the wooden entrance awning....
Mention Final Fantasy VI to any veteran game audience or critic and the opera scene will often jump to mind. FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
2017 was a whirlwind year for games–the likes of Horizon: Zero Dawn, Nier: Automata, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild–will be quite difficult to beat in 2018. However, there are games releasing in this...
The mind is an island of memories begging to be explored. FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
Silent Hill 2 remains a masterclass in writing for the video game medium. FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
Super Mario Odyssey is one of the most disappointing games I’ve ever played; and yet I loved just about every second of playing through it. FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin