The BBC has a problem with false impartiality in some of its reporting, and its coverage of transgender activism is no exception As a journalist, one tries their best to abide by […]
Astrid is a games journalist living in Bournemouth. She's the Editor-in-chief of Indie Haven, co-host of the Gameographers and the Real Heroes podcasts, and has freelance pieces published on Waypoint.
Visceral Nazi-killing catharsis that brings with it a rich and relevant narrative I’ve written a lot about Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. I’ve talked about how its audience has changed with […]
Pong; it was the first commercially-successful video game and a universally-known arcade classic. But is there more than meets the eye? Is Pong… subliminal communist propaganda? Come with me on a journey […]
It’s always happy hour in this slice-of-life dystopia Most games today put you in the shoes of the valiant knightly figure saving the world, or the jaded antihero caught up in global […]
Is Gillian more than a laid-back bartender with a mysterious past? Is he… revolutionary? Cyberpunk bartending waifu simulator VA-11 Hall-A doesn’t shy away from having a progressive message, with a gay main […]
I went to MCM Comic Con in London last weekend, and decided to ask those visiting the convention one important question; will Communism win? What happens next will shock you! Music […]
So… this is a thing. My first impressions of Maybot Run, an endless runner wherein you assume the role of Theresa May, running through fields of wheat to collect tax money and votes. […]