Heather Alexandra
heatheralexandra
Senior Writer and Critic at Kotaku.
1/30/20
4:33 PM
2

Increpare’s mini games are one of the very best things on the internet. If you didn’t check it out last year, Gestalt_OS is a wonderful thing: Read more

1/10/20
3:43 PM
23

As far as I see it, it’s a good game that probably should have spent just a little more time getting some of the rough edges sanded down.
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1/8/20
9:52 AM
3

Came across them the other day on Goblin! Was fun to see, stopped and listened for a moment. Looked like they were wanderers, so I assumed they were making their rounds on the different worlds on Crystal.

1/8/20
9:44 AM
1

This is amazing, there’s so much about this game I miss!  That’s some real talent on all that timing, fantastic!

1/8/20
9:41 AM
2

Do they do requests? Because I’d love to see them do something from Secret of Mana.

1/3/20
2:35 PM
3

Atom Zombie Smasher is one of my favorite games and I had never really thought about why until now. It's majorly the approach to narrative gameplay and the overwhelming sense of dispair that it creates. Good stuff.

12/27/19
1:32 PM
3

If anything, mine would be to learn more about game development. My job occasionally involves working with Unity and Unreal Engine (I work mostly with developer tools and developer relations stuff), but I know barely anything about either of them.

12/27/19
1:19 PM
5

“Finish Divinity 2 with boyfriend”. ..poor guy. He loves that game and the point we’re at right now, it’s an inventory battle, which takes forever to do with the terrible console UI for that game when in multiplayer. You have to go into single player, do the inventory stuff, and then the second person joins you. It’s Read more

12/27/19
1:10 PM
12

Finally play through “The Witcher III” and be a part of mankind again.

Also, I just need to get into the “Yakuza”-series.

Don’t buy games, just because they’re on sale.

Accept the fact that I can’t play every game I want to or is considered a must-play. That’s the toughest one, I guess.

12/27/19
12:49 PM
9

Keeping it simple.

Just finish more games that have some sort of “ending”. This means taking more time off from endlessly idle in mmos, or playing another game of civ, less time playing one game for two days on a weekend and then another different game the next weekend, and actually just...completing. Read more

12/27/19
12:44 PM
23

I’m going to work on my backlog this year. Less games as a service, and more campaign based games that offer a climax within 30 hours. I looked back at what I played most this past year, and it was Destiny 2, WOW Classic, and Modern Warfare, pretty much the same games that I’ve been playing for years, in one manner or Read more

12/27/19
12:38 PM
7

I’ve platinumed every MGS-style game except Death Stranding, Survive, and Rising. So I’d like to do that! Also, complete the Witcher 3 and start Monster Hunter, Sekiro, and Bloodborne!

12/27/19
12:35 PM
12

In a superhuman effort that will surely rival Shackleton’s Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, I will somehow play a game of Crusader Kings II to completion.

12/27/19
12:34 PM
30

Can “play a single game after my second baby is born in april” count as a resolution ?

12/26/19
4:50 PM
4

I find that even when I build my own deck, it turns out to be so close to the popular lists that I just save myself a lot of time - I instead start by copying a list, then I tailor it to suit my tastes and play style. Read more

12/26/19
4:14 PM
2

I wish I could make the jump and actually pay attention to the meta. All I do nowadays is play my Spectral Cutlass rogue on wild, just because it’s so much fun