Monthly Archives: July 2014

On Alastor and Ifrit

1. A while back Oscar Strik wrote an article titled “An Ode To Objects” where he explained that the most wonderful items in games are ones that are clearly part of the game world itself. Essentially, if you can “plug … Continue reading

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On Timesplitters

This article was voted on and supported by my Patreon page. Timesplitters 2 was the most significant game of my teenage gameplaying years. It is comprised of several micronarratives taking place throughout human history, and the core of the game involves the … Continue reading

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