Words are hard.
The elegance of Obelisk Overthrow inspires me to think harder, as if clenching my jaw was what keeps me from conceptualizing a plan and executing it.
Mutazione owes its narrative to those who now survive in spite of colonialism and it’s world-ending tendencies.
Just like a white girl’s cup filled with pumpkin spice, Noah’s ears runneth over with great hip hop this month.
Initially unbearably cynical and grim, Disco Elysium asks you to find beauty and redemption in your trash fire of a main character through true role playing.
Sara got to meet Pee-wee Herman at this year’s NYCC and only freaked out a little.
Wendy’s admittedly committed attempt at a tabletop RPG is every bit the corporate advertisement it tries not to be.
Matt shares a story of R.E.M.’s Monster and parenting on the album’s 25th anniversary.
To me, Joker is like a theatrically released omen.
Games require labor to work. But the joy we find in labor is what gives games their spark.