Fallout 4

Although I’ve not currently reviewed any other Fallout games, Bethesda’s long-running sci-fi series is one which fascinates me. These days it occupies a kind of double-bill space alongside The Elder Scrolls in the pantheon of major RPGs; it’s basically the post-apocalyptic, gun-toting equivalent, after all, right down to the everlong release schedule and the myriad … Continue reading Fallout 4

Dear Esther

Whenever Dear Esther crops up in conversation, you’ll almost always find someone espousing the (not unreasonable) opinion that it isn’t a game. After all, I think most of us would accept that our traditional understanding of what a video game is includes ideas like having a failure state and overcoming some kind of challenge to … Continue reading Dear Esther