The developers of the Devil May Cry remake have provided something that is, in my opinion, a massive and significant rarity in the video game medium; a well thought out, accurate, and deeply respectful portrayal of mental illness, specifically psychosis or psychotic mental illness (or some symptoms of it at least) in this case.
The scavenger hunts also demonstrate why Nintendo deserves the best game direction award, as The Champions’ Ballad is a virtuoso demonstration of non-combat difficulty.
Netflix has already renewed Castlevania for an eight episode second season, which I’ll definitely be bingeing on release day. Hopefully it won’t take an entire year, as we’ve been given barely a taste of things to come. What we have is bloody intriguing though, so I recommend you check it out. It won’t take too long and it’s a great time while it lasts.
Instead of being greeted by the typical still image of the game’s anime protagonists, Jackson found a manifesto composed by the game’s random number generator on the title screen.
Choo-choo, everybody! The E3 hype train’s roaring full steam down Rainbow Road, bringing exciting news, reveals, trailers, demos, and so much more!
I just think that Little Nightmares had an ocean’s worth of potential and it only gave me a rowboat’s worth of payout.
Written by Dyllan Rodrigues-Miller // Header Image from Hinterland Studios Five days ago, I finished writing an article that I was sure would remain relevant for quite some time. I was in the midst of the longest dark ever, patiently waiting for the sun to rise and then quickly descend on the Canadian wilderness. My little survivor sandbox heart was […]
First Time Long Time is about making the effort and experiencing some of these classics that might have slipped us by and seeing how they hold up so many years after their initial release. This week it’s time to talk about ActRaiser!
Written by Dyllan Rodrigues-Miller // Edited by Drew Beyer // Header Image courtesy of Hinterland Games A few months ago, my boyfriend and I were sitting on our couch, browsing through various games available on his Xbox One. We were discussing our preferences, weighing our options, and generally coming up empty… until we stumbled across something intriguing. It was titled […]
Written and uploaded by Drew Beyer // Edited by Andrew Busch // All images from Snake-Pass.com I’m not very good at being a snake. I add this to the ever-growing list of strange life lessons I’ve from gleaned from video games thanks to Snake Pass, a recent indie title. I’m not entirely sure what to do with this information, but […]
I blame Hidetaka Miyazaki for the countless hours of my life I’ve spent seething in anger, awash in the dull light of a tv, equal parts spellbound and infuriated by his incredible Dark Souls series.
Written by Dyllan Rodrigues-Miller // Uploaded and edited by Drew Beyer // Cover image courtesy of Playstation.com, doctored by Drew Beyer (Editor’s note: the following contains major spoilers for The Witness along with strong language. You’ve been warned.) Dear The Witness, Oh, how I loved thee. I loved you so much, I played until my eyes couldn’t stay open anymore and then […]
Written and uploaded by Drew Beyer // Edited by Andrew Busch // Feature image courtesy of Zelda.com “My god, this game is horrible,” my friend Andrew Huber says, returning to Earth after spending twelve straight hours immersed in Breath of the Wild’s gorgeous rendition of Hyrule. He means “horrible” in the sense that once you start playing this newest installment […]