Felix Behr is a dwarf, and the fortress, and the world.
Andrei Filote grew up in a world on fire.
Marcos Gonsalez watches over Gotham.
Jeremy Andriano puts down the controller.
Bartłomiej Musajew tries to communicate things, or whatever.
Hey, you! Join the celebration!
Harry Mackin explains how Bloodborne gets rid of the pain of being a man.
Maia Koliopoulos finds the edge of the mirror to be a little too reflective.
Andrei Filote lives better through vertigo.
Josh Trevett is stuck on an old conversation.
M Stenbæk plumbs the depths of Lordran.
Joshua Trevett gets good, but slowly.
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Joshua Trevett pretends to do nothing.
Harry Mackin argues Geralt is a dad who slays monsters—not a monster slayer who’s a dad.
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