Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Review

The Brothers Lionheart is my favorite Astrid Lindgren book. It also seems to be the inspiration behind Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, a game by the famous Swedish film maker Josef Fares. Needless to say, I love this game. It tells the story of two … [Continue reading]

How To Pick a Game to Play with Your Non-Gaming Partner

Getting your non-gaming partner to join you in your hobby can be a challenge. If you want to know how to pick a game successfully, all you need is some understanding, patience, and a passionĀ for videogames. Stay Away From Hyper-Competitive Games … [Continue reading]

The Shopkeeper: A Buck Short of a Complete Game

The Shopkeeper is described as a point-and-click narrative game set in a space between the Twilight Zone, classic LucasArts adventures, and Antiques Roadshow. In reality, it is none of those. It is a an extremely short and disjointed narrative … [Continue reading]

Looking Back on Day of Defeat

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Me and my brother are sitting side by side, in front of our own two laptops, visibly shaken, angry, and confused. I was close to tears. We were in our early teens and two close friends of ours had just ended their friendship with us over a videogame. … [Continue reading]

The Cat Lady: What A Game Can Teach Us About Hope and Depression

I know a few cat ladies but none of them are immortal super heroes like the one in The Cat Lady, a gory, psychological horror adventure game that attempts to take you on a roller coaster of emotion by emphasizing on story. The game is a fairly new … [Continue reading]