Marty Sliva
Marty Sliva was the Deputy Editor of The Escapist. He's been writing and hosting videos about games, movies, television, and popular culture since 2011, and was with The Escapist from 2019 until 2023. In a perfect world, he'd be covering Zelda, Persona, and the hit TV series Lost on a daily basis.

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Read Article Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 Continues Sony’s Tradition of A+ Openings
Spider-Man 2's Initial encounter with Sandman is another in a long line of iconic first-party PlayStation openings.
Read Article Sonic Superstars Review
Sonic Superstars Review: A solid 2D platformer that doesn’t make any changes bold enough to truly evolve the formula.
Read Article Final Fantasy VII Rebirth’s Gold Saucer Is Going to Ruin Me
There are hundreds of things I'm excited about for Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, but none quite as much as revisiting the Gold Saucer.
Read Article Separate Ways Is a 6-Hour Reminder That Resident Evil 4 Remake Rules
Read Article No Sun To Worship: A Minimalist Metal Gear Solid VR Mission
No Sun to Worship is a bite-sized, minimalist stealth game with heavy Metal Gear Solid VR Mission vibes in the best way.
Read Article Has Video Game Violence Jumped the Shark? – Slightly Something Else
This week on the Slightly Something Else, Yahtzee and Marty discuss video game violence has jumping the shark, and if any games have anything interesting to say about it.
Read Article In ‘Far Far Away,’ Ahsoka Provides an Excellent Entrance For Thrawn
Ahsoka Episode 6 Review: "Far Far Away" provides an amazing introduction to Thrawn, along with a handful of other great moments.
Read Article A Good Map Is Hard to Find – Slightly Something Else
This week on the Slightly Something Else podcast, Yahtzee and Marty discuss what makes a good video game map.
Read Article Sea of Stars Has One of the Best Video Game Moments of 2023
2023 has been a year crammed with memorable gaming moments, but Sea of Stars might have my absolute favorite of them.
Read Article In ‘Time to Fly,’ Ahsoka Continues to Play the Familiar Hits
Ahsoka episode 3 review: "Time to Fly" sees the series playing those familiar Star Wars hits, which is a blessing and a curse.