The daringly divisive differences in D.va: or, when is a tank not a tank?

I have to admit, I kind of went back and forth on actually uploading this. While we do everything in our power to avoid making things so obscure that no one else will understand what the hell we’re talking about, we also don’t really like to focus too much on singular events or changes in … Continue reading The daringly divisive differences in D.va: or, when is a tank not a tank?

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Attachment to your grunts: gaming’s cruellest joke.

Very recently, I’ve been playing through Mordheim: City of the Damned, a video game adaptation of the tabletop game simply called Mordheim. To summarise both the game and the tabletop it’s basically classic Warhammer in its most preferred comfort zone: really bloody grim. Several hundred years before things really go to hell in the Warhammer … Continue reading Attachment to your grunts: gaming’s cruellest joke.

The children of video games; examples of actually likable minors.

(Just a small update today, since we missed our usual Sunday deadline) I recently had the joy of playing through Yakuza Kiwami, which would actually be the first time I completed the very first Yakuza game since I’m one of the slow-pokes that only picked up the series on Zero. While the title has issues … Continue reading The children of video games; examples of actually likable minors.