Katana Zero Review: Live. Die. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.

Originally Published on ClipThrough.com This article contains minor spoilers for Katana Zero. In a world saturated with “live services,” loot boxes, and battle royales, something has been missing from gaming lately and now I know what it was: an incredible synth soundtrack and an urban samurai who can see all possible outcomes of any situation.… Read More Katana Zero Review: Live. Die. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.

Death, Dying, and the Ways We Deal in What Remains of Edith Finch

originally published 07/19/2017 on ClipThrough.com This article contains spoilers for What Remains of Edith Finch. As the shortest gaming experience I’ve had this year, What Remains of Edith Finch managed to pack a more powerful punch in its story and themes than any AAA release so far–in a year that has already boasted some of the best games… Read More Death, Dying, and the Ways We Deal in What Remains of Edith Finch

Comically unfunny

originally published 11/02/2016 in The Navigator Newspaper “Fentanyl. Humanities Herbicide. 100 percent effective. Warning: Side effects include reducing… Residential B&E by 50 percent. Commercial B&E by 97 percent. Home Invasions by 52 percent. Auto Thefts by 63 percent.” These words were written on what looks like a cardboard box advertisement for a brand-new product. This… Read More Comically unfunny

Sausage Party: Digging in to food orgies and existential tacos

originally published 10/19/2016 in The Navigator Newspaper Here’s something completely different for those of you who have grown tired of my endless ramblings about horror and science fiction. Instead, let’s look at a juvenile, gross, problematic, and absurd little movie called Sausage Party. For those who haven’t heard, Sausage Party is an animated film that takes place in a… Read More Sausage Party: Digging in to food orgies and existential tacos