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

The Unfinished Swan: A Kingdom of Loss

originally published 06/13/2016 on ClipThrough.com There are some games that, no matter how much background you gather or how many reviews you read, you simply can’t prepare for. These games hit you emotionally in ways you don’t see coming, because they don’t present themselves as emotionally significant games. That was my experience with developer Giant… Read More The Unfinished Swan: A Kingdom of Loss