Returning to the Mojave — A Fallout: New Vegas Retrospective

Introduction Ah…Fallout: New Vegas.  It’s really hard to put my thoughts for this game into words. Given that the game was developed in just 18 months, using Fallout 3’s dated engine and assets, it’s nothing short of incredible that the game was as expansive, detailed, and revolutionary as it was. Going back and replaying it has inspired… Read More Returning to the Mojave — A Fallout: New Vegas Retrospective

Kingdom Come: Deliverance — Historical Accuracy Isn’t Whitewashing

Introduction Kingdom Come: Deliverance came as a complete surprise to me when it launched earlier last week — seeing as I’m a role-playing game fanatic, I couldn’t believe I hadn’t heard about this intriguing recreation of the feudal 15th-century lands of Bohemia. The game exploded in popularity, and after seeing how strongly the gaming community sings praise… Read More Kingdom Come: Deliverance — Historical Accuracy Isn’t Whitewashing

Star Wars: Republic Commando — In Defense of Sev’s Untold Fate

“Welcome, little one. This is your first day. Your designation will be RS-138. We expect great things from you. You have been born into dangerous times. A sharp mind will be the key to survival. But as often as not, it will be your inherent physical traits that win the day. And in this regard,… Read More Star Wars: Republic Commando — In Defense of Sev’s Untold Fate

No, The Last Jedi Isn’t About Race (Response Article)

Introduction It’s no secret by now that The Last Jedi is quite the controversial film among the general audience. While getting lots of praise and high ratings, it’s also been subject to some very harsh reviews as well. Anyone who reads my work regularly knows that I personally loved the film. I think a lot of criticism of it… Read More No, The Last Jedi Isn’t About Race (Response Article)