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Curve Digital's Latest Indie Collection Is Top Notch Stuff

If you want a quick and cheap way of building up your indie collection on your console, may we present Curve Digital’s latest collection of games that’s just dropped for a rather affordable price. 107 more words


Games 22-26/21 (Xbox One, Wii U, 3DS and iOS) 

So I managed to beat the target I set for myself to complete 21 games this year. Rather than do individual posts for the remainder, I’ll cram them all in to one post and pretend like I planned to finish it off on New Year’s Eve. 1,592 more words


Firewatch and Gone Home and Life Is Strange, Esther: These Are a Few of My Favorite Games (2016)

I stopped gaming for a while in 2015 because life had taken me to a strange place where it didn’t feel right to sit at my computer or my Xbox and live in some kind of world that didn’t exist in any way that felt meaningful right then. 2,424 more words


Dear Esther: Grief, Ghosts and Love After Death

Have you ever walked out of a movie theater, feeling heavy, burdened, but ultimately, more alive than when you walked in? That was how I felt when I finished my first play through of Dear Esther. 894 more words


Recommended Reads #2

Nintendo music at its calming best, life lessons from Assassin’s Creed, the role of memory in Dear Esther, and how retro can you go? Here are a few interesting reads from the blogosphere: 604 more words

Assassin's Creed

The Grasshopper: Not-Games

I’ve long been of the opinion that games like Dear Esther technically aren’t games. That’s not to disparage them at all – it’s just to classify them according to their actual type.  1,083 more words

Video Games & Narrative

Dear Unknown

Vindpinad vegetation klänger sig fast vid branta sluttningar ner mot ett hav som saknar sitt salt. Jag ger av mitt eget; kanske för att det får mig att minnas något som aldrig hänt. 281 more words