Immor(t)al Disenengagement in Vampyr
Vampyr sold Steph on a level of moral investment it never intend to give.
STAY-ing Connected in a World of Digital Distractions
STAY serves as an all-too-important reminder of the necessity of “checking in.”
Ripples Through Eternity: Navigating Morality in Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire
The nuanced moral decisions Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire presents players with set it apart from other similar RPGs.
Exploiting Your Way to a Better World in Euphoria
Euphoria challenges players to consider our own present dystopia and our temptation to exploit others to get ahead.
Sacrificing Control: A Review of Dice Throne
Board games with great player interaction, like Dice Throne, give us the opportunity to let go of our need for control and learn from one another.
Everything in its Right Place: Gorogoa
Gorogoa is more than a beautiful hand-drawn and innovative puzzle game, it mechanically illustrates of our own personal disassembly of those moments in our lives that require shifting and rearranging.
Empty Spaces: A Review of Morphite
Morphite's world is lovely and full of things to do, but is that formula enough to warrant our time and attention?