The American South is a complicated place. The games that come out of the South are no different.
The Grind is a trying time, when patience is tested and loyalty is questioned. I love it.
When a game connects with us, we want to inhabit it completely. When a game recognizes this desire, the result is pure magic.
Shameful? Depressing? No, playing Wolfenstein: The New Order while being German is more ludicrous than you’d think.
Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is a game about storytelling, so Ryan Cooper sets out to find a story to tell. He starts by picking up a hitchhiker…
Modern open-world games—known for their nonlinear structure, sizable environments, and seemingly limitless tasks and things—might fulfill a human need for enjoyment, but they also ask for a commitment to gluttony.