I have been playing a *LOT* of Blackjack.
Cultist Simulator is my game of the year.
Red Dead Redemption 2’s duality
Remember when you heard about a videogame and then got so excited that you drove everybody else nuts?
Prepare to do that again.
Grim Dawn reminds me of Diablo 2, kinda.
I finally figured out how to whittle my Steam Wishlist down to under 50ish games. (No, not by buying stuff.)
Microsoft has purchased two of the best RPG makers in the business. What does this mean?
The Paradox of Choice
(Only the mildest of spoilers)
Red Dead Redemption 2
(Warning, contains some mild spoilers for the first chapter of the game.)
On not having anything to write about Red Dead Redemption 2 yet.
A look back on Red Dead Redemption and a look forward on Red Dead Redemption 2 (contains mild spoilers for the first minute or so)
So let’s say your buddy says that they “beat a game last night”.
What does that mean?
Revisiting Resident Evil 4.
Musing on the Spider-Man game.
When you’re in the groove but the phone rings.
Spider-Man. The pre-review.
(If you want to avoid spoilers entirely, just get it. It’s worth getting.)
The old “bait and switch”. (On The Spider-Man video game graphics controversy.)
If you are a fan of board games on the computer, hie thee to Humble Bundle straightaway.
A sequel to Human Resource Machine: 7 Billion Humans
A cutthroat board game available on Steam. Well, virtual board game.
I was recently introduced to an awesome board game suitable for, oh, ages 10 and up. 8 and up, maybe.
Couch co-op video games for people who don’t play video games
Competitive StarCraft is going through a surprising disruption
A fascinating video game like nothing I’ve played before:
On getting a new SSD
A delightful and unexpected sequel:
Dungeon Warfare II
Finally jumping into The Witcher 3.
The Silver Ball
The Electronic Entertainment Expo
Returning to XCOM2… specifically, the War of the Chosen.
BattleTech and Happy Birthday
The emergent gameplay of sufficiently complicated games
A fine translation of a fine boardgame that makes a fine game to play in another window as you do other stuff
VR Co-Op… specifically Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes