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Contemplating The Mirror: Manhunt Revisited

Memories Rockstar’s Playstation 2 games were the video nasties of my generation. I remember my father reading an article in USA Today about prostitution in Grand Theft: Auto Vice City and telling me that I couldn’t have it. Likewise, the … Continue reading

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InnerSpeaker: Introspective Games Criticism as Cultural Ambassador

If you haven’t read Jenn Frank’s heartbreaking piece on the death of her mother and the meaning of the game Super Hexagon, well maybe you will now. As well, there was recently a strange companion piece where Cameron Kunzelman argues … Continue reading

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Mechanics and Mystery in The Last Express: Or, A Love Letter to the Manuals I Never Read

I remember a glorious day in the formative years of my gaming life: my Dad called me over to the computer, and he laid out Leisure Suit Larry: Love for Sail on the desk. He said, “Son, I know you … Continue reading

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