Leigh Harrison catches himself in the scattershot.
April Tyack cracks open the boredom of conventional design.
Allison Winters is offended that you’d call her an Ovinfago.
Miguel Penabella sees the abstractness of modern war reflected in Black Ops III.
Taylor Hidalgo studies the distinction between films and games.
Miguel Penabella on Suda51’s lifelong relationship with death.
Leigh Harrison isn’t feeling the hype.
Jesse Porch really just wants your retweets.
Allison Winters is rather well-adjusted by comparison.
Taylor Hidalgo can feel the walls closing in around him.
Leigh Harrison doesn’t care about your chickens.
Jesse Porch already knows how the story ends.
Allison Winters needs a warm shower after this.
Miguel Penabella thinks videogames are better with stories.
Taylor Hidalgo longs for the scenic route.
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