Rain World‘s Brutal Metaphysics” at Unwinnable

“The Garden Ages” at Heterotopias

Civilization VI Review at Kill Screen

“Farewell, Civilization V” at Kill Screen

The Apocalyptic Fandom of No Man’s Sky at Kill Screen

Civilization Sets in the West (Or: “Civilization is coming to Classrooms, and that’s a Bad Idea” at Kill Screen

Stellaris Review

“The Aztec Pessimism of A Machine for Pigs” at Kill Screen

Fragments of Him Review

“Have a Little More Faith in That Dragon, Cancer” at Kill Screen.

“Go Sunset a Watchman” at Kill Screen

The Park Review

“Rambling Through the Garden” at Kill Screen Daily

Corpse of Discovery Review

Life is Strange: Episode Four Review

Return to Hell: Dante’s Inferno Revisited

The Talos Principle: Road to Gehenna Review

Canada’s Manifest Destiny: The Game

The Secret World and Representation

Life is Strange and Identity

Sunset Review

The Tracking Shot and Action Games

Trigger Warnings, Life is Strange, and Art

The Secret History of the Legacy of Kain

The Talos Principle, Corporeality, and Mortality

Hatred, Milton, and the Problem of Pleasure

Jane Austen and Saints Row IV

Far Cry 3 and Repetition, Parody, and Repetition

Burial at Sea and Necessary Connections

Mind: Path to Thalamus and the Phrase “And Yet”

Depression Quest, The Novelist, and Choice

The Walking Dead and Community

Transistor and Love

A Machine for Pigs and Cosmic Horror

Remember Me and Artistic Ambition

Dear Esther and Exegesis

“Unhappy in their Own Way”

Assassin’s Creed II and the Failure of Mere Plot

Gone Home and Simplicity

The New Yorker, Evil, and Video Games

Shadow of the Colossus and the Sublime

Bioshock Infinite and Unnecessary Connections

Education, Gaming, and Criticism

Myst‘s Linking Books

Games Are Not Art