Hob Review

In the early scenes, a terrible misfortune falls on a nameless, silent humanoid adventurer. In an attempt to open a pathway, he is poisoned after touching a semi-organic and very hostile blight. His silent and stoic golem companion rushes to…

Yakuza Kiwami Review

Breathlessly you charge up what must be the fourth or fifth set of stairs. Broken jaws, crumpled figures, and a fair share of shattered furniture lay behind you. Wave after wave continues to come. Popping out of doorways, using all…

Tacoma Review

You’re flying. Floating above the ground, turning, spinning, and moving across the room. You lose control, find yourself upside down and begin to laugh. It’s silly. Absurd, honestly. Yet, it’s blissful and wonderful all the same. You are flying. Well,…

Perception Review

  Two hours into my playthrough of Perception, a first-person horror game where you embody a young blind woman who uses echolocation to see the world around her, I discovered the story of a character by the name of Betty. Betty…

Emily is Away Too Review

“Emily, who is Emily? My mother would say she’s everyone. Every girl, every boy, every person that anyone has ever loved” This beautiful and insightful quote opens Emily is Away Too. This is the first thing you see and this is…

Stories: The Paths of Destinies Review

The first time I was immensely aware that books didn’t just magically appear on rickety sheet metal school shelves – that they had to be drafted, edited numerous times, published, printed en masse, distributed, etc. – was during my love…

Monthly Passions: February 2015

February was actually full of some great games.