Tag Archives: gaming

It All Looks So Big From Down Here

I recently had a revelation that may have changed my life for better or worse. What if the bugs you see aren’t actually bugs? Before you immediately assume this revelation was brought on by some experimenting with the fabled “Devil’s Lettuce”, I assure you I was of clear mind, body and soul at the time […]

Raft Review: Greatness Looms on the Horizon

Note: Raft is still an Early Access game, which means it is not a finished product. This review pertains only to the game that was available in July 2018. The ocean, a four by four raft, and a plastic hook. That’s the introduction to Raft, a game developed by Redbeet Interactive and published by Axolot Games […]

Gingers Save The World Once Again

Do you ever find yourself thinking “how cool would it be to have a sword or maybe some claws made out of pure crystal”. You might think about it so often that you catch yourself holding out your hand, trying to concentrate and harness the dormant magic within to achieve this goal. At least, you […]

Sexual Violence and the Ethics of Gaming

There is a movement that investigates misogyny and sexual violence in modern gaming. It includes, for better or worse, Anita Sarkeesian’s Tropes Vs. Women in Video Games, C.J. Ferguson’s meta-analysis of video game psychiatry, or any US news network when anything bad happens ever. Most individuals involved do good work, but there is a tedious […]
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