On Subverting Tropes
(Obsidian is coming out with a new game… if you believe in pre-ordering, you ought pre-order)
On Subverting Tropes
Bet you weren’t expecting this..
A (Birthday!) Game Fit For A Fourteen Hour Day In Airports
On those famous Fighting Fantasy gamebooks.
Some games are played on a console.
Some games are played on a gridiron.
(On College Football.)
So after you’ve beaten Diablo, and after you’ve beaten Fate, and after you’ve beaten Torchlight, and you’re still saying “man, I wish I had a new one of those to play…”, well, have I got the game for you!
On the board game “Ghost Stories”
(short version: Alan Scott was right, awesome game, you’ll need house rules)
Dragon Age: Inquisition and Forgiveness
The Boss Fight That Made You Stop Playing The Game
No Man’s Sky and the Peter Molyneux Effect
On Legendary, the deck building game. Specifically, how the Marvel version was broken and how THEY FIXED THE ALIENS VERSION.
Oh My Gosh. They’re Making A Batman Telltales Game.
So let’s say that the levels of political realism that helped create A Song of Ice and Fire informed the politics of a video game. You might end up with something like Age of Decadence. (Contains the stalest of Game of Thrones spoilers.)
Augmented Reality games will make you go outside. Perhaps even find a dead body.
Games On A Plane
On the whole “oh, we’re making a new/improved console that’s better than the nextgen one you bought just a year ago” experience
Revisiting the genius of Bioware.
Oh my gosh. It’s full of stars.
On Fallout 4’s Survival Mode
On remastering games for the current generation of consoles
On The Ghostbusters Board Game. The new one. Not the one that came out in 1985 or whatever.
On the pleasures of the cheat day
I have beaten
the video game
that was in
(The Ratchet and Clank post-finishing it review)
One of my favorite wacky imported games: No One Can Stop Mr. Domino!
On Ratchet and Clank
On study-break appropriate games.
The games from the 90’s you can go back to. The games from the 90’s you can’t go back to. (Also, on apples and oranges.)
On you-and-your-better-half appropriate games.
The closest thing we’ve found to a board game version of Masters of Orion
On once and future Masters of Orion.
On the games that don’t work on your computer anymore.
On Mixing Tired Old Formulae Up A Bit (e.g., Far Cry Primal)
On Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. And on how there won’t be a 2016 Assassin’s Creed.
War. War never changes.
XCom2 is coming.