Postmortem: Sid Meier’s Pirates!

Postmortem is an exhaustive deep-dive in to an older title, courtesy of freelancer Martin Offerman. A fortune to be had. A family to be rescued. Revenge to be served. Your destiny awaits you. Have you considered piracy? You’d make a great Dread Pirate Roberts. Today’s Postmortem is a game that will set you on a course for a swashbuckling adventure. That game is Sid Meier’s Pirates! … Continue reading Postmortem: Sid Meier’s Pirates!

Prey: The Terrarium Effect

If my greatest passion in life is video games, for my girlfriend, it’s plants. They fill our one bedroom apartment – plants of all sizes. She’s particularly fascinated by terrariums, of which we have several. Each day I walk by them and watch their microcosmic ecosystem grow and decay, one plant giving way to another, fungus sprouting in certain places to be removed later. The … Continue reading Prey: The Terrarium Effect


Editor’s note: I know it’s taboo to review Early Access games, but in this instance, I just don’t care. I’ll never forget my first game. The feeling of scrambling to find a weapon as I wandered around, confused and lost. The first time I saw another player, being frozen in place, my heart jackhammering as I missed every shot. Likewise, I’ll never forget my first … Continue reading Review: PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS

Review: What Remains of Edith Finch

I’m not the person who is supposed to review What Remains of Edith Finch. By similar logic, I should probably never review a sports simulation game, because I have no idea what a fullback is, or a linebacker, or a running back. As with classic point-and-click adventure games, I, at some point, came to the realization that I just don’t really like first-person narrative games … Continue reading Review: What Remains of Edith Finch