Edmund McMillen’s The Binding of Isaac was an addicting, arresting adventure when it was initially released on Steam, a beautiful bite-sized bout of button-bashing blasphemy.
I’ve gushed like the burst cranium of a walker over Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead: The Video Game, which has been ported to pretty much every platform imaginable. Well, you can now add Sony’s portable Playstation Vita to the mix.
Soul Sacrifice on the Playstation Vita manages to tweak the fantasy genre in such a way that is tickles my dark heart.
One of these days I’m going to rub the back of my neck, and I’ll finally feel that implant that the gaming industry has managed to sneak onto my body during one of the alcohol-induced benders of my youth.
With b-movies receiving cult accolades, there’s an inexplicable lack of love for “b-games,” which potentially offer similar, equally trashy joys.
I’m strangely protective of Silent Hill. Its use of symbolism and deeper psychological themes struck a chord with me, so much so that seeing developers try and emulate it wit