This is gonna be a shorter article than my usual ramblings. I just saw the announce trailers for the newest game in the Far Cry series, a series that I […]
I used to make these in response to arguments by admins and other opponents when I was a troll on a forum, seven or eight odd years ago. On the 16th of May, 2017, video game website Polygon published an article titled “Valve is not your friend, and Steam is not healthy for gaming”. This article has also prompted a response from video […]
I’m looking for either InfoWars or Kotaku to hire me. Now that I’ve clickbaited you hard, I will try to demonstrate and organize my thoughts on the whole issue. Some among my (mostly imaginary) audience might remember that, in the article on The Stanley Parable, I defined a game as a challenge to be overcome. The way the challenge is constructed varies greatly […]
Specifically, in Bioware games. I usually don’t mind homosexual, transexual/transgender, or other such minority characters in a video game. That is, I don’t think that sexuality is a very relevant […]
One of the games I’ve spent the most time playing is Skyrim, but not much of that time has been spent playing the unmodded game.
At this day and age, and considering the recent controversy regarding Mass Effect: Andromeda’s graphics, and also because I said I would in my article of Far Cry 3 and 4, it is important to talk about graphics, animations, level design and how important it all is.
The latest installment in the Mass Effect series is coming out today in my country, and while Mass Effect is one of the most revered and famous examples of Western action-RPG, I will not be playing it any time soon.
Piracy’s a crime, and crime doesn’t pay. However the laws regarding piracy are so scarcely enforced that everyone and their mother is doing it anyway. In this climate, one can wonder why many publishers do everything they can to seemingly ENCOURAGE the piracy of their games instead of simply listening to the consumer.
Far Cry 3 was the first game I ever bought day-one, full-price, and I played it a lot on the family computer (I did not have my own PC at […]
A walking simulator is a « game » in which the player does not get much interactivity at all. As the name of the genre implies, it is often limited to walking around and sometimes exploring a location. In fact, the « game » I will be writing about in this article, The Stanley Parable, takes place mostly in corridors and linear paths. So while I do consider […]