Moving Pixels

November 2014

Regional Authenticity and Video Games

It’s refreshing when video games feel like they resonate with real places that I’ve been.


February 2016

Best of the Moving Pixels Podcast: Love Stories in Video Games

This week we return the topic of how love, sex, and relationships are represented in video games.


‘Star Wars: Battlefront’ Dares to Simplify the Shooter

Sometimes "shallow" and "uncomplicated" is exactly what I'm looking for in a game.


Undressing Kratos

If you want a man to represent brutality, in the end you're going to end up taking his clothes off.


The Didact and the Analyst: Learning How to Not Get Screwed Playing ‘Tharsis’

The first time that I played Tharsis I lost in two turns. The first time that my friend played Tharsis, he won quite handily.


How Video Games Engage the Imagination Muscle

Video games need to play more with incompleteness and ambiguity.


January 2016

‘Tharsis’ Is Casually Brutal

Tharsis is a uniquely short roguelike, turning the experience into something that a time-conscious gamer like myself can enjoy.


Making ‘Netrunner’ More Casual

For Netrunner, the rules can only bend so far.


‘Sid Meier’s Pirates!’, Ever Sailing As a Crew of One

1987's Pirates! remains cutthroat in the seventeenth century sense and in the Gordon Gecko “Greed is good!” sense.


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