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 […]
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.
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. […]
I spoke to Jodie Azhar from Creative Assembly and Matt Dickinson from Frontier Developments about what it means to be a Technical Artist in the games industry, for GamesIndustry.biz! Check it out […]
Brütal Legend is a 2009 action-adventure slash real-time strategy game by Double Fine starring Jack Black as a roadie named Eddie Riggs who is transported to a world inspired by the lyrics […]
I spoke to the artists behind some of Facebook’s most popular Socialist meme pages about what inspires them to do what they do, and their hopes for kickstarting class consciousness. Check it […]
Horton and B.J.’s political debate leaves me hopeful for The New Colossus‘s portrayal of Marxism. Yesterday, Polygon released a 30-minute gameplay video of the upcoming Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, wherein we had […]