Metro 2033 was a beautiful and broken thing. Like, actually. Not metaphorically, or emotionally. Hopefully this Redux helps.
Another Abnormality. A Second Peculiarity. The Oddity That Comes After the First.
Is the nostalgic Final Fantasy music game ready for Broadway, or will it be curtains?
Joshua loves Double Fine? But does Joshua love everything that Double Fine will ever do? Let's find out.
In other news, we're not really sure if light is a "thing."
I mean, it is space. I don't know what we expected.
Making the jokes, killing the dudes, stealing the show. It's improv.
Just a little bit of the ol' scarystuff.
Hohokum has Fartvarks. Aardvarks. But . . . fart versions. You know.
Hey. It's finally here. Almost. And not completely.
We all have expectations when we play a game. Hatoful Boyfriend plays with such expectations in a dynamic way.
Aron "Claire Danes" Deppert back with some disturbing reports from the Tomodachi Front.
This time on Bickering Simulator 2014: How to Be Sad.
When a piece of physical media dies, does it dream? Joe doesn't care.
An odd but apt analogy.
Blake presents some points. They're about narrative, length, and pacing. Check it.
Racial avatar choice and meta-game aggression aren't linked. Are they? Hm.
There are many ways to conquer the mundanity of human existence. This is one.
Joe utilizes an almost nonsensical but ultimately communicative Avatar metaphor.
Joshua explains himself.