Personal stories that celebrate gaming culture.
The Joys of Kaizo and beyond
Steam's latest sale is in full force so here are some of the best games that will cost you less than a Big Mac
Lessons in open-world design thought and how it may play into Final Fantasy XVI
Do the recent reveals of so many Final Fantasy titles mark the return of Square Enix's golden era?
Square Enix's latest reveals leave fans wondering how it will all play out
How an unexpected co-op partner can turn frustration into fun
What can we do to make LGBTQ fandom spaces kinder to their members?
How scandalous games keep us coming back
On preservation, graphics, and old games
Examining how different games have handled lore as a storytelling tool
Why the controversial remake makes sense
Is the mighty genre returning to prominence?
The world of the Trails series creates a vast tale and choices that echo across multiple games
Going the extra mile(s) of game development
Changing views don't need to take the fun from a beloved hobby
Why finishing RPGs is a unique euphoria
Finding comfort in the least likely game
The lack of choice is a feature
What Sonic means to players with ADHD
The recent gameplay reveals paint a confusing picture
Every path has its destination, but some roads are more rewarding than others
The chances I see the credits roll on FromSoftware’s latest are growing slimmer by the day
The cortisol rush is delicious, unbearable. Fight, Flight, Fight, Flight.
Black Isle Studios' frugal CRPG finale featured an uncut gem of a city
Valve's SteamDeck is bringing PC gaming to generations of console gamers