Games as Therapy

Primarily, video games are a form of entertainment; a game that has since evolved into cultural, artistic and narrative forms. Recently, however, they have evolved past these definitions and entered the realms of education, as learning tools, and healthcare, as a form of therapy.

The Simpsons: Hit & Run, The Remaster We Deserve?

Nostalgia is a wonderful thing. One thing I’m sure of, however, is that The Simpsons: Hit & Run (2003) was a masterpiece. Rose-tinted perspective or not, that game was ahead of its time. The family-friendly Grand Theft Auto III-inspired game was originally available on the PS2, Xbox, GameCube, and PC. The narrative follows the Simpsons and their…

One Week In: Red Dead Redemption 2 (Spoiler Free)

After pre-ordering Red Dead Redemption 2 half an hour before release, you could say that I’m new to the hype. Since experiencing the wild, untamed environment and exhilarating gameplay, after only one week, I’m 100% on board.

Horizon Zero Dawn

Jaw-dropping graphics? Check. Intriguing storyline? Check. Strong female lead? Check. So far, so good.