Opinion and critique on games, art, and performance.
There’s more to be gained in returning to the familiar. When you’re always a new you there’s never a same old, same old.
The Meg is a dumb and fun shark film that offers a look at the possible trans-Pacific future of blockbusters.
The political leaders in Bioshock are never to be trusted. All you have is a hope of escape and a gun at your side. In that case, what hope do we have?
Modern warfare is increasingly distanced from reality. Technology puts soldiers further and further away from their victims as the ‘enemy’ is made to fit neat narrative boxes. Now the US Army is on Discord and that shouldn’t be a surprise because we’re invited to think of war like a video game.
Chasm is asking you to delve again and again. The first time you go spelunking is great, but why would you return and what does it mean to go back in?