1979 Revolution: Black Friday

I’ve always been wary of games that try to tackle historical events, because they rarely seem to get their subject matter right. There’s something disrespectful about historical games like the early Call of Duty titles, which placed players into real wars that real people fought and died in, exploiting those experiences by transforming them into mindless entertainment for the…


I recently played through Oxenfree, yet another game set in my Cascadian home that plays to the sinister magic of the region; whatever keeps the Californians from moving here, I suppose.

Minimally Multiplayer Gaming Adventures: Aviary Attorney, 80 Days, Life is Strange, and Firewatch

In a departure from my usual gaming preferences, I’ve been playing a lot of non-MMOs recently. A cynic might attribute this to the disappointing nature of recent trends in MMO development, but I’m choosing to take the high road instead. Whatever the cause, I’ve had a good time broadening my horizons. Check out the first post on my new section for non-MMO games.