Ground Zeroes’s fourth tape

It’s a good thing to have one’s taste’s challenged. Where such challenges occur around things that one is passionate about, […]

DOTA Diaries #1: 600 Hours

There’s a point at which one should probably admit to their vices, and in the last six months or so […]

SteamOS: Why It Matters

Much as a multitude of snarky remarks can potentially be made about the “gaming press” being incredibly astute in regard […]

Dark Souls: A Retrospective

Games are ruined. Playing, finishing and replaying Dark Souls has given me nothing more than a pervading sense of ennui […]

Hate Plus

Hate Plus is an incredibly well-designed, engrossing, pretty visual novel: this is not all surprising given the high bar set […]

Europa Universalis IV

I’m no nationalist. I’m no nationalist. I have no stake in the entire debate around the Acts of Union of […]

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (PC)

Humour is a sadly dying thing in games: whereas in the mid-nineties, we had the likes of Parodius, Harmful Park […]

Comix Zone (MD/Genesis)

No game as adequately expresses the sentiment that existence is “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short” than Comix Zone: half-an-hour […]

Ikaruga (Dreamcast)

The men and women of Treasure are sick, twisted individuals: again and again, they have managed to craft games that […]

Gravity Rush (PSVITA)

Considering that the Vita has suffered from an unfortunate case of “let out to die” syndrome at the hands of […]

Afterburner: Climax (PS3)

Simplicity is no bad thing: simplicity was regarded as such a wonderful criterion for the choice of viable scientific theories […]

God Hand (PS2)

Clover Studio, though only having a three-year go of things due to commercial pressures within Capcom, managed to make games […]

Everybody’s Golf (PSP)

I fucking hate golf. Golf is nothing short of an excuse for the well-to-do to idly walk around under the […]

Bioshock Infinite (PC)

The Bioshock franchise has always been somewhat calculating and somewhat cold in how it uses young humans: the Little Sisters […]

Jamestown (PC)

A video review of Jamestown. More of these will probably be coming, and hopefully with a little more finesse.