Indie Wednesdays: To The Moon – Just how Trustworthy is our Memory?

Indie Wednesdays: To The Moon – Just how Trustworthy is our Memory?

Rarely has a film made me cry, or a book for that matter of fact. However, the game To The Moon by Freebird Games came mighty close to achieving this feat!

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Dark Souls 3: Questions of Narrative and Difficulty

Dark Souls 3: Questions of Narrative and Difficulty

I have kind of gone into Dark Souls 3 mode for the time being, so this and the next couple of weeks will concern themselves with the game. This will just be a short post on what I expect to talk about in the next couple of posts.

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Fallout 4: An apocalypse game that asks difficult questions about what makes us human

Fallout 4: An apocalypse game that asks difficult questions about what makes us human

There are many and varied opinions concerning Bethesda Studios latest game in Fallout series and whether or not it is a good game. Did it live up to its hype? Were the graphics underwhelming? Did it have so much more potential than what was delivered? All difficult questions because, frankly, it’s all a matter of opinion, and I won’t look into any of this today. At least not directly, as I chose to focus of the games narrative and some of the choices we must make playing the game. Warning: the following article will contain spoilers concerning the games narrative and ending.

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