My Goodbye To Gamers Association

I can’t tell you I didn’t anticipate writing this post for some time now, but that doesn’t make it any easier. Gamers Association gave me everything. There I was, a lost college student swallowed up by the daunting future and hopping between majors like each one was giving me a

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Review

Your mother has passed, your father is dying, and only a distant elixir of life may cure his ailments. With only this knowledge in tow, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons depicts the journey of two boys traveling through a traditional fantasy world to save the only parent they have

The Unanswered Questions of Kingdom Hearts

Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix was released earlier this week and, if you couldn’t tell from my reaction in the video below, I kinda like it. So much so, in fact, that my rose-colored glasses from the past seem to have obscured a few stand-out absurdities in the early hours

Previews Are Pretty Dumb

After a full week in Seattle, encapsulated in PAX Prime madness and playing more games than my human mind can comprehend, the logical next move would be to relieve myself of this sensory build-up by writing multiple previews detailing my impressions of every demo I got my hands on. I

The Game Plan Podcast: Episode 2X – PAX Prime 2013 Recap

Still exhausted. Quite sickly. Potentially delirious. All excellent descriptions of Luke Frazier, Gamers Association’s resident PAX Prime 2013 attendee here to summarize his time at the show for those who like the podcast or dislike reading. From long-standing triple-A franchises to indies you’ve never heard of, this special episode of

Let’s Divekick!

You’ve read the review, now experience the mayhem that is Divekick. This oh-so-special stupid idea that somehow became a full game suddenly makes the fighting scene accessible again without giving up much ground on the hardcore strategy side of the spectrum. You dive. You kick. That’s it. Still confused? No

Hurt by Hype: A Gone Home Reflection

In no more than a day, Gone Home went from being a game I couldn’t claim I cared about, to my indie darling of 2013. With storytelling at the forefront and relying only the most basic of interactions, this brief experience as a daughter returning to a empty house after

The Xbox One Feels Like an Expensive PlayStation 4

Did you notice, Internet Faithful? Did you see what Microsoft has done to its next-generation gaming conso- … er, “entertainment system?” How the company incrementally fiddled with its original vision in response to competitor competition and consumer demands? Because it’s happening, baby, and still continues to happen in spurts. Whether

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