Diversity & Video Games

May 13, 2018

Should video game developers prioritize creating a diverse cast of characters when they are developing games for a modern audience? Whether [more]


The Mobile Lifestyle

June 29, 2017

For the curious outsiders who are just now deciding to take their first digital steps into the world of glorious, [more]


Slither.io is genius

May 30, 2016

My impressions of Slither.io, a simple yet highly addictive game where you can go from prey to predator at a [more]


DOOM is not for haters

May 15, 2016

My impressions of DOOM and the seemingly preloaded disappointment of the modern gamer.


Darkest Dungeon | Review

January 18, 2016

Darkest Dungeon is a side scrolling dungeon crawler rogue-like with a party management component and a unique “crow quill” art style. [more]



December 31, 2015

You can now reach me: …anywhere …anytime …from anything. Thanks to this new thing called: total unrelenting cyber pervasiveness! The Future! [more]


A Prisoner of Choice

December 7, 2013

Another Steam Sale has come and gone and this time Valve really did a number on my wallet. …buying games [more]


Theology of Video Games

May 18, 2013

Video games are to me the most prized culmination of mankind’s expression of art and culture. I think they’re an [more]


Love before the Internet

April 5, 2013

Digital: A Love Story is a game that takes place entirely on a fictional operating system’s desktop with a simplistic interface [more]


The Hype Tsunami

March 31, 2013

The big day is finally here! You’re installing the Microsoft Visual C++ runtime and Direct X drivers for the umpteenth time anxiously [more]


Deadlight | Review

October 29, 2012

Deadlight, by Tequila Works, is a zombie themed 2.5D platformer in the same vein as the (original) Prince of Persia [more]


Sol Exodus | Review

September 29, 2012

To the Final Frontier and Back Home Again Sol Exodus is a diamond in the rough. It doesn’t try to [more]


You are not 1337

September 21, 2012

The competitive console FPS… *chagrin* It’s not so much the games themselves as it is the stage they provide for [more]


Black Mesa | Review

September 15, 2012

Black Mesa is a total conversion modification for the Source engine that faithfully recreates and even improves upon one of the [more]


Iron Brigade | Review

August 20, 2012

Iron Brigade, by Double Fine, is an exciting and unique take on the Tower Defense genre. Instead of just focusing [more]


RTS Strategy 101

July 4, 2012

I was recently on a gaming forum and a user asked for advice on how to improve their skills at [more]


The Walking Dead | Review

July 4, 2012

The Walking Dead is an insanely popular graphic novel series, acclaimed cable television show and now an excellent adventure game. The Walking [more]


Max Payne 3 | Review

June 9, 2012

Max Payne 3 is a third person shooter wrapped in a dark and gritty narrative continuing the seemingly never ending fall [more]


Krater | Review

June 6, 2012

Krater: Shadows Over Solside, by FatShark, is a top-down Action RPG in the same vein as the Diablo, Torchlight and [more]


Top 5 Games for Moms

May 13, 2012

Mom ♥ You love her in spite of the fact that she couldn’t stick a 360 Indy Nosebone if her life [more]


A Valley Without Wind | Review

May 8, 2012

A Valley Without Wind, created by Arcen Games, is an action platformer with an emphasis on exploration and collection that possesses deceptively deep RPG elements. [more]


Alan Wake | Review

March 29, 2012

Alan Wake, created by Remedy, is a third person action game, psychological thriller and love letter to the early works [more]


The Path | Review

February 23, 2012

The Path, created by Tale of Tales, is a deeply engrossing and haunting retelling of the Little Red Riding Hood fairy [more]


The Darkness II | Review

February 12, 2012

The Darkness II is a dark and moody graphic novel style first person shooter with a very unique battle system, [more]


Alien Infestation Review

February 1, 2012

Aliens: Infestation is a 2D Platformer that fits comfortably into the “Metroidvania” subgenre. It is a thoughtful homage to the [more]


Gamer Logic

April 1, 1900

The logic of video games both mechanically and from an industry standpoint are rife with opportunities for humor.