Talking about how I learned to love Pikmin!
A commentary on Spongebob Squarepants, one of the most highly-acclaimed children's cartoons of all time; and what it even means to be a "children's" cartoon in the first place. Was Spongebob successful because
Discussing the music of Half-Life, and what the silence in-between songs did for the series, and us.
In a year we'd all certainly like to forget, these games haven't let me. Join me as we list off and reminisce about the Top 10 Games of 2020 and how each one fit within the context of the year.
After busting through the inaccessibility of a first playthrough, Majora's Mask is an endlessly rewarding video game that made me comfortable with finality.
It's May 2002, and Bell Labs is being asked why one of their researchers was caught duplicating graphs. It's the end of the road, but there are a few twists left in store.
The original Luigi's Mansion is a timeless classic that defines the term "replayable". But its initial impression on critics wasn't great, and it had to develop a cult following later on. Next Level
On a platform full of videos about The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, I attempt to say something new. This is yet another Ocarina of Time retrospective, delving into its design, narrative,
In the midst of the worst period in his company's history, a lone physicist shines as a beacon of hope thanks to his ingenuity and hard work. But soon, Bell Labs will be
What does an analysis of TLOU2's context and standing as a sequel have to do with one about BFBB Rehydrated? Turns out, everything!
This summer, I played through three Persona games for the first time. Here are my unfiltered, very casual reactions to the games that single-handedly conditioned me to RPGs, and changed my life altogether.
In the year 2000 an unknown German postdoc set the world of physics on fire. This is the story of how he got caught.
In 1993, Doom became one of the world's first immersive video games, and we can attribute a lot of that to Bobby Prince's score. Today, Mick Gordon has adapted the diversity of Doom's
A lot has happened since my last video on the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen. As such, we pour ourselves a cocktail and process the past several weeks. We'll touch on racism, pay equity,
Virtual Reality is changing what we think of as games. What are some of the ways VR effects us psychologically, physiologically and what larger social impacts may it have?
About time I went through this series and say everything I need to say.
An exploration and demonstration of how games create Tension and Stress and how players are effected. Featuring the games Crocodile Dentist, Pop-up Pirate and Perfection, fun stuff!
Analyzing Team Fortress 2's impact and discussing its timeless mechanical depth, personality, and more.
A commentary on food magazine Bon Appétit's presence on YouTube, and how the recipe video format adopted more of a personality-focused approach to adapt to the modern social media age. We also briefly
Turns out RE5’s automated partner isn’t so bad… but only if you play with it as Safari Chris. Why? Well to understand that we’re gonna have to dive into topics
Examining Sonic R's weird yet enjoyable feedback loop that was buried underneath an incredibly rough exterior, as well as taking a trip down memory lane.
Everyone remembers the 3DS as a breakout success. Although it absolutely was a success, it didn’t happen overnight. This is the story of a controversy no one remembers, and for good reason.
Examining Half-Life Alyx, its place in the Half-Life series, and its potential impact on video games as a medium.
My girlfriend and I sit down to discuss the process by which she's become acclimated to modern gaming over the course of the 3 years we've lived together. We cover games as she's observed, ignored, and played them.