Set in the year 1999, the unpronounceable YIIK (for the record, it’s actually Y2K, not yeeeek) may feel like a true-blue nostalgia fest for millennial gamers. Thankfully, it's more than that.
The oddball humor of The Hard Way feels appealing because of how self-aware and ostensibly unpretentious the corporate giant is.
Queer stories desperately need more diversity. The arbitrary nature of some of these deaths can be immensely frustrating.
Hideo Kojima loves using female stereotypes in videogames. I helpfully offer him a few ideas on how he can expound on that idea.