A Friendly Warning from Your Forthcoming Hellscape Future Where Free-To-Play Card Games Have Replaced Everything (Even Death Itself)

It started with Hearthstone, the unexpected result of Blizzard keeping a bunch of expendable staff members in a closet and forcing them to work day and night until they came up with something that was both cheap and yet wildly profitable (or something like that). Its huge and immediate success emboldened any publisher…

Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds is perfect for anyone who wants to use the Death Star to murder Jar Jar Binks over and over again (which is all of you)

As far as both the RTS and Star Wars game genres go, Galactic Battlegrounds is a strange beast in that its legacy doesn’t really match up to common-sensical expectations. Age of Empires 2 is great. Star Wars is great. And even though Galactic Battlegrounds was released during a peak period for both the AoE and Star

Perspectives on the Relationship Between Serenity and Human Extinction, and Cats: A Review of The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human and Neko Atsume

There’s a disturbing calm one feels when playing The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human (heck, there’s even a disturbing calm to reading its quirky-yet-ominous title). On the one hand, the game is presented with a muted ambiance: every little sound is dulled by cubic miles of digital water, the content of which is…