Overflowing, dense, humanistic, isolating, personable, alien, difficult to navigate, and is the closest thing to a siren that I’ll ever encounter in my life.
It’s good to admit to our biases.
Mighty No. 9 does succeed at doing things, but makes them hardly worth doing.
The first turn is always the easiest.
A frankly silly journey that works much better than it probably should.
The Wyoming wilderness is rich and enveloping. All around, everything feels… Something.
The Westport Independent wants to be more than it is.
It is a very good version of a familiar game.
I want you to imagine and describe a brand new color.
A heavily polished experience, but one that feels just short of perfection.
In space, no one can hear you steam.
Adrift in a sea of purple, it changes you.