• Review: I Contemplated the Sun of Limbo

    Review: I Contemplated the Sun of Limbo0

    Welcome to An Adventure in Small Games, a monthly series focused on games that cost less than $20, ideally less than $10. In this series, Eve Golden Woods will focus on the indie game and what it has to offer the world of gaming. There will be spoilers. This month Eve takes a look at I Contemplated

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  • Stardew Valley: The Political Hotel California of Games

    Stardew Valley: The Political Hotel California of Games0

    Welcome to An Adventure in Small Games, a monthly series focused on games that cost less than $20, ideally less than $10. In this series, Eve Golden Woods will focus on the indie game and what it has to offer the world of gaming. There will be spoilers. This month Eve takes a look at Stardew Valley.

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  • Fashion Forward Review: Fashionista, Gaming Noob

    Fashion Forward Review: Fashionista, Gaming Noob0

    • May 2, 2016

    When I sat down to play Fashion Forward I was at a bit of a loss. I don’t understand much about feminine fashion, and I couldn’t tell if the looks I put together were actually cute or just well-drawn. So I asked my good friend Katie Mayo to play the game with me. She’s a “casual gamer”

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  • Virtual Boundaries: Consent in Video Games

    Virtual Boundaries: Consent in Video Games0

    • April 18, 2016

    Consent is not a new topic for games. Every game, to a greater or lesser degree, engages in negotiation with its player. Agency, that most vaunted of concepts, usually implies a situation where the player is given space to play the games in a way that suits them, to exist within the gameworld on their

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  • Review: Nintendo’s Miitomo App

    Review: Nintendo’s Miitomo App0

    • April 11, 2016

    After a long time of ignoring the culture surrounding smartphones, Nintendo has released its first social media app, complete with a dress-up game and pachinko-style minigames. I’m a sucker for virtual clothes and being Skinner boxed by “I nearly had it!” games, so I was eager to try out Miitomo.

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  • Dice Vice: Mission: Red Planet

    Dice Vice: Mission: Red Planet0

    Did you read or see The Martian and think to yourself, “I could do that”? I did not because I don’t think that I could “science the shit” out of that many things, but I do like the idea of space travel. So, if you like space and are looking for a game that is

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