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Category Archives: Gaming Analysis
This may or may not be another controversial comment on my part. Either way, they’re my opinions on why Pokemon GO has probably peaked and won’t see anywhere near their huge rates of play again. First, the game was very much a beneficiary of the bandwagon effect. It easily would not have been as popular if … Continue reading “Pokemon GO(ing down)” Continue reading
Earlier in class we had to play a game called “Gone Home.” And it’s a bit of an interesting beast I would like to reflect more upon. Once again, this is an independent game (I know, I have a bit of an obsession with them, but they always seem to turn out so amazing). It’s […] Continue reading
So, in class we had to do a report over a video. We were supposed to play the game and analyze it and so on. I was originally assigned Modern Warfare 2, a first-person shooter game that has done much to categorize an entire genre, and also has some very analysis-worthy moments (The airport section, […] Continue reading
Braid is an incredibly noteworthy gaming experience. The first thing that you are greeted to when you start the game for the first time is the beautiful water-color title screen- A city bathed in warm-yellow light. This magnificent art style persists throughout the game, but it is not what I will be focusing on within […] Continue reading