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by G. Christopher Williams

17 Oct 2016

Each of our contributors put together a list of their top five horror titles several years ago, judging them by their ability to scare, repel, and otherwise provoke. Our lists are surprisingly eclectic and may at times challenge what constitutes horror in games altogether. So, join us for a discussion of slashers, things that cannot be named, and other things that go bump in the night.

by G. Christopher Williams

10 Oct 2016

Love it or hate it, No Man’s Sky was one of the most anticipated game releases of the year.

This week, Nick Dinicola and Erik Kersting consider the possible successes and perceived failures of No Man’s Sky.

by G. Christopher Williams

3 Oct 2016

The forthcoming open world game Mafia III (2K Games, 2016)

The open world game has become a mainstay in contemporary gaming over the past decade and a half. As the beginning of the holiday season for gaming begins this month and continues into November, we know we’ll be seeing plenty of them.

This week then we look back at an episode from several years ago in which G. Christopher Williams, Nick Dinicola, and Mattie Brice discussed the ins and outs of open worlds.

by G. Christopher Williams

26 Sep 2016

The Lion's Song (Mi'pu'mi Games, 2016)

As is our habit on the podcast, we occasionally like to sample what is going on in the free-to-play gaming.

This week we discuss three games available on Steam, A Date in the Park, Mandagon, and The Lion’s Songs as examples of lowbrow, middle brow, and high brow offerings within the free-to-play market.

by G. Christopher Williams

19 Sep 2016

While not seemingly as exciting content itself, it is often the little things like HUDs, health bars, and start screens that can make or break a gaming experience.

This week G. Christopher Williams and Nick Dinicola celebrate the unsung hero of gaming: the interface.

//Mixed media

Indie Horror Month 2016: 'Downfall' Explores Depression, Bulimia, and Suicide through Horror

// Moving Pixels

"Downfall finds horror in helpfulness.

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