Let women enjoy their kink!
Will future generations know about the simple technologies we take for granted but have a high likelihood of getting lost in the oncoming floods?
The latest fucking-em-up title is My Friend Pedro, a sidescrolling shooter focused on high-flying leaps and a plethora of ricocheting bullets.
In the vein of Dwarf Fortress and Rim World, Barotrauma players make their own stories. And an uncanny number of them end in death.
The story behind Shirkers is one of a doomed project and a bizarre cruelty.
Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story is the world’s premier No Child Left Behind simulator.
Arrow is doing the lord’s work by giving such loving, hi-def releases to these kinds of underseen horror films.
Benjamin Soulé’s Voidrun expertly navigates limitation, inspiration, and curse-sputtering difficulty.
Byte Driver is a sort of nostalgic, sort of straightforward, and more than sort of extreme multitasking challenge.
Trapped in a world of re-runs of Forensic Files and World Poker Tour, I found myself drawn to one particular thing: the commercials of Pluto TV.
Orrin takes on The Big Clock, an unusual hybrid of noir and screwball comedy.
A title that does more to sell the software it runs on then the product itself.
Billed as hybrid of a puzzler and a visual novel with RPG elements, The World Next Door shows a lot of promise.
Joy in this game is finding solace in purgatory, stealing time from your corporate overlords, demanding value in one’s self not because of what you produce for your British AI warden.
Metaphor can be a powerful tool to lead audiences to some sort of meaning. The Space Between seems content to just bludgeon you with it.
If Takashi Miike hadn’t directed it, would we even be talking about this spectacularly silly movie?
The history and legacy of Jawbreaker almost seem at odds with each other.
A new kind of custodial labor is working to keep your social media feeds free from trolls, hate groups and terrorist organizations.
Us Lovely Corpses is a wonderfully thoughtful visual novel about dealing with mental illness.
For a game that channels Hotline Miami so heavily, Katana ZERO is unusually generous in granting players absolution for their eventual murder spree.
Tropico 6 has a lot of personality, so long as you don’t mind getting your hands dirty.
There’s more to Outerloop Games’s Falcon Age than the titular falcon.
Orrin Grey steeps in the Etsuko Shihomi’s Sister Street Fighter trilogy-plus-one.
Bold ideas should persevere, but they need room to grow.
Elijiah Beahm reads the latest from Boss Fight Books.
There is no real plotting across the arc of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There is no arc of the MCU.
I grow weary of minimalist and spartan storytelling, particularly when a game has so little to offer besides.
The internet’s quickness to make memes about Jan Broberg’s famous abductions (yes plural) reveals a lot about audiences’ own insecurities.
By letting you manipulate the implicit rules of its world, Baba Is You reveals how underlying assumed rules shape how you play games.
Angel Du$t fooled the old fans by daring each to hate this laser-beam of everything they’ve ever worked towards.
Just the story of a small town boy who moves to California and learns martial arts.
Though very much a Devil May Cry game, 5 hints at a new future for the character action genre.
When a relationship is sent crashing, the unmoored self can be so easily thrashed upon the rocks—it’s necessary to reaffirm that sense of self, to rejoin that once-blended ego.
Her Lie I Tried to Believe is a shoddy attempt to portray the paranoia and psychopathy of toxic masculinity as something worthy of human pity.
Orrin Grey watches Audition and finds it just as horrifying as he did 20 years ago.
Apex Legends is still fresh from the wrapper, but the squad communication, weapons, and range of tactical options already serve up a delectable sushi of hide-and-seek with bullets.
A picture is worth a thousand words, right? So next time let them do some of the talking.
As an early access cyberpunk game, 2084 currently floats on mists of possibility.
Orrin Grey watches the glorious mess that is 1994s Double Dragon.
The kids aren’t alright, and that’s ok.