On Fallout 4’s Survival Mode
On remastering games for the current generation of consoles
On The Ghostbusters Board Game. The new one. Not the one that came out in 1985 or whatever.
On the pleasures of the cheat day
I have beaten
the video game
that was in
(The Ratchet and Clank post-finishing it review)
One of my favorite wacky imported games: No One Can Stop Mr. Domino!
On Ratchet and Clank
On study-break appropriate games.
The games from the 90’s you can go back to. The games from the 90’s you can’t go back to. (Also, on apples and oranges.)
On you-and-your-better-half appropriate games.
The closest thing we’ve found to a board game version of Masters of Orion
On once and future Masters of Orion.
On the games that don’t work on your computer anymore.
On Mixing Tired Old Formulae Up A Bit (e.g., Far Cry Primal)
On Assassin’s Creed Syndicate. And on how there won’t be a 2016 Assassin’s Creed.
War. War never changes.
XCom2 is coming.
Fallout 4: Reaching the Hard Choices.
On the recent Oculus Rift drama
On Psychonauts (and its sequel).
On the gamification of stuff that you normally would get paid for.
Empty your wallets. It’s time for the Steam Holiday Sale!
On what might work if Fallout 4 doesn’t work for you.
On The Andrews Sisters
On Karma and making sure that your companions are sufficiently dapper.
A solution, of sorts, to the undamageable mutant hound. (More Fallout 4, of course)
Fallout 4 will be the game that Saturday talks about for the rest of the year, I’ve concluded. Spoiler warnings, of course.
Fallout 4 First Impressions!
Fallout 4 comes out on Tuesday! Also, having beaten Mad Max, I can finally review it. But, of course, finishing a game is a review in and of itself, isn’t it?
Oh my gosh, Fallout 4 comes out in 10 days! Wait, I talked about that last week.
A bit of a pre-review of Darkest Dungeon.
Also, Fallout 4 comes out in 10 days.
Fallout 4 has gone gold!
The top computer games of 1994, according to PC Gamer. Well, in England, anyway.
Mad Max: The Video Game. (Warning: Freud Would Have A Field Day.)
A couple of games that manage to make their universe a character in itself.
Without getting into politics, on the victims of the protagonist in the Assassin’s Creed universe (some mild spoilers)
Little Perfect (Transformative) Moments