Category Archives: Reviews

Bioshock Infinite or the Symbol of an Era (part 2-Heritage and Continuity)

This post talks a lot about Bioshock, and although I don’t reveal the end, I give enough hints to ruin it and spoil the general atmosphere of the game. If you haven’t played it yet, I strongly recommend you read

Bioshock Infinite or the Symbol of an Era (part 2-Heritage and Continuity)

This post talks a lot about Bioshock, and although I don’t reveal the end, I give enough hints to ruin it and spoil the general atmosphere of the game. If you haven’t played it yet, I strongly recommend you read

Bioshock Infinite or the Symbol of an Era (Part 1-Introduction)

I am very late to the topic. So late that it may surprise some people to read yet another article about Bioshock Infinite, so many months after its release. Why, and most importantly, why now? What can I possibly bring

Bioshock Infinite or the Symbol of an Era (Part 1-Introduction)

I am very late to the topic. So late that it may surprise some people to read yet another article about Bioshock Infinite, so many months after its release. Why, and most importantly, why now? What can I possibly bring

The Baconing : burlesque above all.

Game recommended by Boyden ‘Sneaky‘ van den Berg – thank you! With The Baconing, I did something which I usually never do: play a sequel without having played the previous games before. In my attempt to comprehend a work of fiction

The Baconing : burlesque above all.

Game recommended by Boyden ‘Sneaky‘ van den Berg – thank you! With The Baconing, I did something which I usually never do: play a sequel without having played the previous games before. In my attempt to comprehend a work of fiction

400 Years: the Patience of a Rock

Sometimes the greatest experiences come from little things, whether it is a lovely act of kindness amidst the tedious routine or an unexpected gift from someone close to you. It does not necessarily need to be big in order to

400 Years: the Patience of a Rock

Sometimes the greatest experiences come from little things, whether it is a lovely act of kindness amidst the tedious routine or an unexpected gift from someone close to you. It does not necessarily need to be big in order to

Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP: Let there be pixels.

This review contains spoilers. In the beginning, God created sounds and images. And they were raw, untamed, meaningless. And the Spirit of God moved upon them. And God said: Let there be pixels. And there were pixels. Before reviewing Superbrothers:

Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP: Let there be pixels.

This review contains spoilers. In the beginning, God created sounds and images. And they were raw, untamed, meaningless. And the Spirit of God moved upon them. And God said: Let there be pixels. And there were pixels. Before reviewing Superbrothers:

Super Hexagon: Transcendence through Minimalism

I remember well the first time I saw Super Hexagon. It was during some Steam sales, and the game was here, shy, discreet, not very popular. It never appeared as a feature in the home panel, and I had never

Super Hexagon: Transcendence through Minimalism

I remember well the first time I saw Super Hexagon. It was during some Steam sales, and the game was here, shy, discreet, not very popular. It never appeared as a feature in the home panel, and I had never

BIT.TRIP RUNNER: Run for your life

I first discovered the Bit.trip series, often stylishly written BIT.TRIP, through its main character Commander Video, but not in one of his game. He was indeed a guest-star in another game called Super Meat Boy (of which I intend to

BIT.TRIP RUNNER: Run for your life

I first discovered the Bit.trip series, often stylishly written BIT.TRIP, through its main character Commander Video, but not in one of his game. He was indeed a guest-star in another game called Super Meat Boy (of which I intend to