The latest installment of Emails from the Edge highlights great comments from recent columns.
Yes, it is time to pinch our noses once again, as we are descending back into outrage culture.
The dream of video games being able to offer a proper experience have become a reality.
It will probably be no surprise to anybody that I am a big fan of Westworld.
So, I got sucked into Minecraft.
It's time to pinch our noses once again and descend into the heady world of outrage culture.
Ask somebody what Saving Private Ryan is about, and the most common replies are probably variations of "the horror of war" - but that's not true, at least in any direct fashion.
I don't do obits very often, but for Carrie Fisher I've got to make an exception.
So, it is the end of yet another year, and it's been quite an eventful one in pop culture, and in general (and, unfortunately, a pretty terrible one for most of us).
Arguing with one's reviewers can be one of the most dangerous things a game developer, publisher, or author can do.
The fact of the matter is that historical events are often difficult to present on the screen.
It's that time of year again where I get the pleasure of tugging at your heartstrings for a good cause - the Desert Bus for Hope.
With the third season of Gotham now begun, I'm loving it...and hoping that Batman never shows up.
The Birth of the Computer Game
Warning: This installment includes a discussion of trigger warnings, which may trigger those who are triggered by trigger warnings.