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Ben Woodard on Firewatch

Thus, if a game like Bioshock exhibited the tension between free will and control in the canned choices of games as such, Firewatch could be viewed as attempting an affective or emotional version of this, between hiding in the present … Continue reading

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A Firewatch Reader

I think Firewatch is a neat game, and I like reading about games that I think are neat. Like I did with Bioshock: Infinite, I’m going to create a list of writing about Firewatch that I find interesting. This list is not exhaustive, nor does … Continue reading

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On Firewatch (2016)

1. When I finally, after weeks of not being able to get to it, launched Firewatch, I was struck by how beautiful it was. One hundred and fifty Ubisoft hands can’t make a European capital city, with its iconographic shortcuts to … Continue reading

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