Monthly Archives: July 2016

Unwinnable Monthly – Brutality

I was honored to have a story published in Unwinnable Monthly’s June issue (#80). This is a tale about me growing up with Mortal Kombat and learning to control my anger, in a story called “Brutality.” Check out Unwinnable Monthly … Continue reading

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Retro Replay – Resident Evil 5: Two is Better than One

I was riding high off of the Resident Evil 7 buzz, even if it was just a little taste. I wanted to play some of the series while I waited, anticipating its eventual release, so I started up Resident Evil 5, … Continue reading

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Furi Review: Fight Furiously, Die Nameless

What a strange and attractive game, with an odd little title, from a weirdly named studio, with a great soundtrack. It all started off so well…. “I hear thunder pitter-patter, time to wake up” From French developers The Game Bakers—not … Continue reading

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The Technomancer: Lacking a Spark

From the developer simply known as Spiders, The Technomancer is a new installment in the Mars: War Logs series, and the company’s biggest adventure to date. This title takes players back to Mars, where several large corporations run everything by … Continue reading

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