Tag Archives: videogames

The Evil Within was undone by its nonsense setting

The Evil Within is a worthier successor to Resident Evil 4 than 5 and 6, but I wouldn’t say it’s actually a good game. Not at all actually. Despite all the years between the two, everything TEW does RE4 did … Continue reading

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Wandering the horror hotel of Galerians

Galerians is a 1999 PSX survival-horror game. It is bizarre in the greatest ways, embracing the more wacky elements of 90s Japanese cyberpunk and taking advantage of its graphical limitations to make it as uncanny and stylish as possible (a … Continue reading

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DISTRANT: Macabre Brainspaces | Gamemoir Review

Game developer Jesse Makkonen makes interactive narratives out of abstract feelings. His first game, Silence of the Sleep, molds a story out of depression and suicide ideation. It captures the essence of this plight—the darkly comedic worldview, the powerlessness and … Continue reading

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A Wolf in Autumn: Finely Built Nightmare & Dreamscape

David Szymanski is an auteur game developer whose games share a distinctly weird flair. Having now played all four of his games—Fingerbones, The Moon Sliver, The Music Machine and A Wolf in Autumn—I’ve gained a better idea of what he … Continue reading

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Article Round-Up: October 2015

Articles published by me during the month of October 2015. Continue reading

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Article Round-Up: September 2015

Gamemoir: How We Die: Port of Call and the Lost Souls Trope – 9/4/2015 Stray Cat Crossing: Gorgeous Face on an Uneven Game – 9/15/2015 How I Play, or Varieties of Gaming Experience – 9/25/2015 TechRaptor: Aerannis Preview: Matriarchal Dystopia – … Continue reading

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Article Round-Up: August 2015

Collected articles written by Bryan Cebulski for the month of August 2015. Continue reading

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