Thursday, April 12 2012
Warp reconstructs the science-experiment-gone-wrong story into a mind-bending puzzler that revels in destructive play.
Thursday, February 23 2012
Like its predecessor, flaws mar The Darkness II’s otherwise impressive and interesting potential.
Thursday, January 5 2012
Although the weakest entry in the franchise, The Last Specter still transports players to a charming, self-consistent, and beautiful world that exists as an ode to riddles.
Monday, November 21 2011
Crimson Alliance delivers so many genre platitudes that it begins to feel like a poorly delivered joke.
Tuesday, October 4 2011
Both 2012 and its recent Ascend into Darkness DLC improve on their predecessor’s first attempt at porting Magic to the console market, providing a satisfying taste of the card game’s rich delight and leaving a deep hunger for the real thing.
Thursday, February 27 2014
Smoke & Mirrors is a strange play experience: not particularly interesting mechanically and certainly not fun, but nevertheless unique and entrancing.
Thursday, February 13 2014
As the card pool grows, opportunities for tidbits of political commentary grows. The cards act as interactive political cartoons, artistically and mechanically
Thursday, January 30 2014
If quick and simple games are often discarded as candy (bite-sized morsels with no real nutritious value), these games are hors d'oeuvres.
Thursday, January 16 2014
In addition to portraying the bureaucratization of unethical behavior, Papers, Please also makes fascinating and compelling claims about activism.
Thursday, December 19 2013
If we expect eSports to achieve its status as a legitimate and professional sport, then we should expect sponsors and employees to respect and promote a healthy labor relationship.