• Get Your Game On Wednesday: Welcome to the Church of Hanzo

    Get Your Game On Wednesday: Welcome to the Church of Hanzo0

    • July 26, 2017

    Welcome to Wednesday! I’ve been sinking my teeth into NieR: Automata and a second Ladykiller in a Bind playthrough—this time learning more about the Boy—while the rest of the gaming world is drowning in daddies. Will I ever catch up on the hot gaming trend of the day? Probably not, but I’m always on top

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  • Chronolink DX Is Your Next Favorite Phone Game

    Chronolink DX Is Your Next Favorite Phone Game0

    Let’s talk about your new favorite phone game. It’s called Chronolink DX, or as I like to call it, The Monster Mash. There is no monster mashing, but it feels appropriate to me.

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  • Dice Vice: Lazy Summer Bluffing Games

    Dice Vice: Lazy Summer Bluffing Games0

    • August 15, 2016

    Summer is a great time for get-togethers and seeing friends. There are beach days and cookouts, and I like to get outside as much as I can. For a warm weather lover like myself, Massachusetts weather is tolerable about half the year. So I admit that playing board games isn’t as attractive in the summer

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  • Meet the Devs: Alayna Cole, Founder of Queerly Represent Me

    Meet the Devs: Alayna Cole, Founder of Queerly Represent Me0

    • August 12, 2016

    Welcome to Meet the Devs where we will interview and focus on developers who are women or nonbinary. It was found a recent study that women’s code is preferred over men’s, unless the selector knows a woman made it. This may not shock you as the tech industry is greatly dominated by men and by

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  • Gaming from the Margins: An Outside Look at Mainstream Media

    Gaming from the Margins: An Outside Look at Mainstream Media0

    • August 1, 2016

    I live in Buenos Aires, one of the largest cities in South America. Despite the fact that our country’s economy is in perpetual crisis and our politicians belong firmly in hell, we have some positive things going on for us. I am deeply grateful for my peaceful, if neurotic, home. But, like most people who

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  • Firewatch, Gone Home, and the Power of a Good Bad Ending

    Firewatch, Gone Home, and the Power of a Good Bad Ending2

    Spoiler Warning: This piece contains spoilers for Firewatch, Gone Home, and Dragon Age: Inquisition. Two of my favorite games of the past few years are also two of the games I most frequently see criticized for having bad endings–Gone Home and Firewatch. These are quiet, simple stories told in only a few hours at most.

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