I love exploring the cultural and societal impact of videogames, be it AAA or indie titles.
They told me that the law had decided his fate long ago. I just needed to do a good job.
Like many games, the indie brawler Fight Knight also embraces repetition, while demanding that you fight with vigor.
David Davids is a fool with an inclination for the perverse. All he ever wanted was to have hot, kinky and deranged sex, but his wife just wouldn’t allow herself to be at the mercy of his sexual whims.
Devolver Digital’s presentation is a madcap, hysterical fever dream of satirical excess.
For all that gleeful, anarchistic fascination with destruction, Broforce does seem to hint at a sardonic message underneath that bombast.
A testament to the simplicity, strength and focus of short games, Moirai is a masterful creation whose themes and concept begs discussion.
The Beginner’s Guide is drenched in a multitude of meanings. But unless Wreden openly discusses what it is about, these interpretations are all correct and wrong at the same time, its intended meaning unknowable like the state of Schrödinger’s cat.
AIs are habitual liars, and they are merely tools to serve humanity at best. When is the last time you had a heart-to-heart conversation with Siri?
Most of the time I’m just careening through the race tracks, the hoverbike whizzing by so quickly that the lights trails in the course make me feel like I’m inside a long-exposure shot.
The Franz Kafka Videogame is chock full of puzzles so laborious, they threaten to detract from the story—one that is already difficult to follow.
But how can the self-portraiture evolve beyond the snapping of your own pictures with a smartphone? Perhaps Triantayfllidis had uncovered the answer with Self Portrait (Interior).
It’s fascinating to see how videogames are gradually becoming part of a collaborative whole in an artist’s arsenal of expressions.
Don’t let the sunny, kitschy vibe of the game fool you; the vault you manage will be one of the most insidious vault experiments in Fallout lore.
A run-and-gun platformer strongly reminiscent of classic games like Ghouls ‘n Ghosts, Battle Princess Madelyn is clearly a labor of love by Christopher and Madelyn Obritsch, the father and daughter duo from Casual Bit Games.
Pato Box is a noir-inspired boxing game about a man finding the answers to his betrayal. Your hero is the boxing champ named Patobox, a tortured soul unable to speak his mind or express himself other than through his fists.