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  • December 5, 2015

    Fallout 4 – Review(PC)

    Fallout 4 at its core is a Bethesda game and as such the game contains certain qualities that both hinder the experience and make it more enjoyable. Your enjoyment of Fallout 4 is largely dependent on how you feel about Bethesda's open world RPGs because the game is just Skyrim in a post-nuclear apocalypse skin with the addition of settlement management and dating sim mechanics for your companions.
  • July 14, 2015

    Satoru Iwata – A great loss to the industry

    This post is really hard for me to write. The games Iwata helped develop didn't form my childhood, I never met with him in person or anything close and yet I find myself feeling a great deal of sadness at the fact that he will no longer be around. The more I dwell on it the more I settle on two key things that define that feeling of loss. The first is that Satoru Iwata was a remarkable human being.
  • June 14, 2015

    Splatoon is a Welcome Oddity

    Splatoon is an odd game and I don’t base that entirely on it’s fixation with cephalopods and ink splatter aesthetics. The game itself, coming out in […]
  • April 28, 2015

    Affordable Space Adventures – Review

    Affordable Space Adventures is available from the Nintendo eShop. At launch — for Australians — the price is 25 buckaroos which is a bit steep considering […]
  • February 19, 2015

    The Tutorial Level

    On episode 4 of the podcast, I posed my philosophy on how to teach the player the mechanics of the game. I find that I am […]

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