Contact: You can find me on Twitter @_kimimi
If you’ve enjoyed what you’ve seen here and would like something similar for your website/magazine, etc. please get in touch, I’d love to talk to you: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Final Fantasy 14 chopped a legendary climactic dungeon in half—and it’s even better now
- Trek To Yomi preview
- Puyo Puyo Classic Series Retrospective (scriptwriter)
- Virtua Fighter Series Retrospective (scriptwriter, all episodes)
A few choice articles from this site:
- Dreamcast’s nightmare (An extensive look at the hardware’s demise and enduring legacy.)
- Review: The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails (PC remaster)
- Should you hope to survive, hold Baroque inside. (Baroque, Saturn. Retrospective analysing the game’s beautifully blurred lines between dreamlike storytelling and roguelike gameplay.)
- The mystery of Atlantis (A horror focussed walk through Tomb Raider’s halls of flesh and bone)
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Purpose: This is a personal site where I tend to talk about whatever game I’ve been playing recently, something to do with whatever game I’ve been playing recently, and on occasion tangential game-related thoughts. Only posts titled “Review: [Game Name]” are reviews, everything else is some form of opinion piece, retrospective, guide, or a detailed breakdown of one particular mechanic or moment… anything but a review. Reviews are subjective personal opinions formed during my time with the game in question and not an infallible final judgement on any title old or new. Content generally leans towards the old and the weird; partly because my personal interests tend to lean that way, partly because buying new games at full price on release and then dropping everything to review them while they’re the hot thing for the next 48hrs is, relatively speaking, a far more expensive way of working than paying £40 for a strange SNES cart that’d cost £80 to buy the year after I can write about whenever it best suits all of us.
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