Should game sites review, or even feature, any game that their paid contributors have been involved in?
Players and games journalists are natural enemies, forced to live together in a land that time forgot…
My personal take on Penny Arcade Australia 2014.
I’m starting my recap of PAXAus not at PAXAus, but at Singapore’s GameStart. Because I’m fickle like that.
It’s disappointing that more people didn’t buy Rayman Legends, because it’s a game that can make you smile simply as you play through it.
Since its very successful Kickstarter, OUYA has done a great job making itself look terrible.
Metacritic attracts a lot of criticism from various sources. How valid are those criticisms and why does Metacritic end up having so much apparent market power?
I’m perfectly happy with the Australian Classification Board blocking the sale of a game that lets players sexually assault in game characters.
Can we please move past comparing video game experiences to having relationships, a specific gender and even having sex?
In my defence, I’ve been painting all day and have inhaled A LOT of enamel and mineral turpentine fumes.