I'm surprised to find this year that most of my favourite new video games have been games I've appreciated for storytelling more than gameplay. And many of those have in some way subverted narrative conventions in interesting ways only possible in an interactive medium. And I say HOORAY to that. I don't really play video … Continue reading Best of 2013: Six Great Games
I haven’t written a game review in a long while, but then I haven’t played a game that affected me as strongly Gone Home in a long while. What is Gone Home? Well, it's a first person interactive fiction game. It is the début release of the The Fullbright Company, formed by a group of developers … Continue reading Gone Home
A review of Limbo, which I recently enjoyed on Steam.
Wanted: Somebody to play Portal 2 Co-op with...
Ahah! Another list, see? Dakka-dakka-dakka! (That's my text-based Chicago gangster with a Tommy Gun impression - good huh?) I didn't play every game that came out this year. In fact, realistically, I don't really play that many new games in general. It's hard when you're short on cash, and - in the months from August … Continue reading Top Five Games of Twenty Ten