I critique a lot of blockbuster games, but my real love is indie narrative games with a big emotional wallop.
One of the most charming, and emotionally challenging games of the year.
A real tear-jerker. Loved this game.
“I wheel through existence, one life-form after another. It turns out that all things are infinitely variable and also, sorta …
Seriously impressive interactive historical fiction.
“Inside twinkles in the spaces between events, the long and gauzy corridors that drape across its many puzzles.”
One of the most original attempts at novelizing gameplay that I can recall.
Also, my ‘pacifist’s guide‘ to play the game peacefully.
“Bound‘s power rests in how its story and graceful mechanics entwine.”
Netflix show is a nostalgia-fest, but definitely worth a look. My series review.
This extraordinary game shares the heartbreak of a life cut short.
I’ve loved writing about this show. The people who hate it are all dead wrong.
My review of Katherine Isbister’s new book on how games make us feel.
I don’t do many reviews, so i was glad to nab this one.
The extraordinary power of That Dragon, Cancer.
I liked it a great deal.
Me and Megan Farokhmanesh take a look at this innovative yet flawed teen drama.