Fallout 4: Reaching the Hard Choices.
On the recent Oculus Rift drama
On Psychonauts (and its sequel).
On the gamification of stuff that you normally would get paid for.
Empty your wallets. It’s time for the Steam Holiday Sale!
On what might work if Fallout 4 doesn’t work for you.
On The Andrews Sisters
On Karma and making sure that your companions are sufficiently dapper.
A solution, of sorts, to the undamageable mutant hound. (More Fallout 4, of course)
Fallout 4 will be the game that Saturday talks about for the rest of the year, I’ve concluded. Spoiler warnings, of course.
Fallout 4 First Impressions!
Fallout 4 comes out on Tuesday! Also, having beaten Mad Max, I can finally review it. But, of course, finishing a game is a review in and of itself, isn’t it?
Oh my gosh, Fallout 4 comes out in 10 days! Wait, I talked about that last week.
A bit of a pre-review of Darkest Dungeon.
Also, Fallout 4 comes out in 10 days.
Fallout 4 has gone gold!
The top computer games of 1994, according to PC Gamer. Well, in England, anyway.
Mad Max: The Video Game. (Warning: Freud Would Have A Field Day.)
A couple of games that manage to make their universe a character in itself.
Without getting into politics, on the victims of the protagonist in the Assassin’s Creed universe (some mild spoilers)
Little Perfect (Transformative) Moments
The whole “remastered game from the last generation” thing.
On the joys of the Gold Box Games (Now on sale at GOG.com!)
The brilliance of the Nemesis System (seriously, I’m hoping it’s the next big thing)
On Beating a Game, Starting A New One, Then Realizing That You Have Muscle Memory for the Old Control Scheme
(Also, a fuller Batman: Arkham Knight review)
Mad Max: The Video Game
You Must Build A Boat
Godspeed, Satoru Iwata. Thank you for everything.
On Advancements In Laser Floyd Technology
The Assassin’s Creedification Of Video Games
Batman: Arkham Knight and associated observations
Travelling during the Steam Summer Sale? It’s probably for the best.
War. War Never Changes.
Though, sometimes, paradigms do.
Lewis Carroll invented a word game called “Doublets” but I know it as “Word Ladder”.
Is there a word for “synergy, but evil”?
The first “Okay, Maybe I’ll have to get a console” game is technically out in the wild. But illegally.
Legend Of Zelda: Groundhog Day
On Mods. And Selling Them.