I had free reign to corner and manipulate any man or woman that Verge had compiled a dossier on, but I'd only ever succeeded in capturing men. What could the reason for this be? And did my record of victims shape who Daily was for me?
Zombies are slow, and gunslingers are fast. Is that still formula enough for terror?
My well-honed Puritan work ethic is my own worst nightmare in a game like this.
If there is one truly unsettling element to this game, it isn't the torture sequences, but the dating sim parts that precede them.
Hey, you got your RPG in my FPS.
It’s not enough for Lionhead that you can’t pick the good option, you must also pick the evil option. This simplified definition of evil prevents the game from ever becoming a meaningful political simulator.
Finishing certain video games is often a question of will rather than a test of skill.
Of course there are people playing Black Ops who actually remember some of these events from their own lives, and their experience must be even different than mine.
Books and movies are not usually about how well you read or watch them. But many games change dramatically depending on how well you play them.
The experience of Minecraft as a sandbox building experience is worth considering and raises questions about what motivates us to play.