So you’ve just graduated with a baccalaureate degree in Computer Science. Congratulations! After a long purgatory of being an awkward dateless loser, and assuming you’re not dumb enough to enter graduate school, you’re now on-track to being a decently well-paid professional. And who knows? Maybe with a little luck and the kind of haircuts you’ll … Continue reading Silly grown-up–Kixeye is for kidz!
Grasshopper Manufacture’s Lollipop Chainsawis sort of like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, only for idiots, plot-wise, and playing like a series of rejected arcade games. This is not a very good game. It manages to be fun on occasion because it’s fun to mash buttons and see sparkly things happen on your TV, but beyond that, it’s … Continue reading Review: “Lollipop Chainsaw”
Cyanide Studio’s Game of Thrones takes the player back into a long-forgotten time, an era shrouded in darkness and danger. We mean, of course, the year 2006, which is about the last time that a game that looked and played like GoT might have reasonably been considered good. Don’t let the mediocre reviews fool you: … Continue reading “Game of Thrones” – Review
Left Gamer Review decided to take a look back at Electonic Arts’ 2008 releaseMirror’s Edge mostly as a consequence of Anita Sarkeesian’s obvious enthusiasm for the game. And indeed, there is lots for a feminist (ie, civilized) gamer to appreciate, especially the tough, intelligent, and non-objectified female protagonist. But the game is hard. Hard hard … Continue reading Review: “Mirror’s Edge”