This week was my first solo episode at Push To Smart, which I used as a platform to talk about Parasite Eve (to the surprise of no one, I’m sure). The game and its protagonist, Aya Brea, have come up on the show a lot already, but I wanted to make a case for why they were important beyond nostalgia. (more…)
It took us awhile to settle on a Game of the Year schedule at Push to Smart. I wanted to crash the gate on New Year’s Eve, Jaylee wanted to wait until January like critics of other mediums (think of all the lists that missed Beyonce, he wisely noted). And so now I can finally present my favorites games of 2013.
Back in town after a day of traveling, and I’ve highlighted a few of the games I played over at Push to Smart. I’ll be posting more game highlights throughout the week as well as a few dev talk afterthoughts.
Hello from sunny-and-finally-cool Boston! I’m here for the Festival of Indie Games going on at MIT today, as well as some general tourism (with an inevitable Assassin’s Creed III twist). Like last time, I will be updating my Instagram with photos. Unlike last time, I will be posting about my experience at Push To Smart, a new project I’ve been working on with Jaylee (formerly of the best j-pop podcast around, Gaijin Kanpai). I’ll post more specifics about the project closer to the show’s launch. For now, check out Push to Smart on Tumblr and Twitter.