Category Archives: Review

Thoughts on INSIDE’s alternative ending and design

What Playdead’s INSIDE is about is open to interpretation. One of the things I think it is about is the drive toward totalitarian control (of individual beings and groups and classes and even of life itself as a biological phenomenon). … Continue reading

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Titanfall 2 review

Confession: I have been pleasuring myself to Titanfall 2. Wait, no. I have been pleasuring myself with Titanfall 2. Or maybe both. Titanfall 2 a is real heavy hitter when it comes to mainstream first person shooters. And I’m not even that … Continue reading

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The Fall review

This review is from a while back, originally published on a buddy’s website. Itsy-bitsy spoilers ahead, but nothing to ruin your fun if you wanna play. Also, sequel coming in early 2017, so look out for that if you like this … Continue reading

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Bloodborne review

When it comes to my little guilty pleasure of gaming, there’s easier guys out there to please. But I wanted to say a few things about Bloodborne (BB) because this game definitely leaves a mark. At first I thought it was a … Continue reading

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Wood! Not again!

I finished the whole of DMZ like a good boy. If you’re going to badmouth something, like i did back here, you better know your stuff. Even if you’re 10 years late. 

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Should have killed off Roth, dear Brian Wood and Vertigo

A quick letter of complaint. Back in your days of writing DMZ, you had plentiful opportunities at killing of your protagonist, Matthew Roth. This here (see below) is just one of them.

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Glukhovsky’s Metro is ultimately pretty poor science fiction

I really want there to be a good, gritty Russian science fiction and/or post-apocalyptic writer. But two and a half tomes into the Metro trilogy, I must say that Dmitry Glukhovsky just ain’t it.

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