November 28th

This the final week of November sees perhaps the strongest cohort of posts in a long time – great posts, one and all. It’s This Week In Videogame Blogging. From a couple weeks back, Jonathan Stickles at Preparing for the Apocalypse talks…

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November 21st

With an absolute surfeit of super games writing, collected from the very smallest blog to the largest online newspaper column, it can only be: This Week in Videogame Blogging. First up, Laura Parker for Gamespot AU writes about “the need for new…

October 31st

This week we have a plethora of interesting writing, gathered from the furthest ends of the videogame blogosphere. Let’s start with the stuff that got lost in the editors’ inbox for a few weeks: Matthew Gallant writes in to suggest we take…

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October 24th

Another week, another haul of the best game writing and criticism the internet can provide. First up this week is Chris Green’s look at ‘Demon’s Souls as Epic Poetry’ for Chronoludic. It’s worth reading because it’s an attempt at actually writing some…

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October 3rd

Welcome to another fine week of videogame blogging and criticism, let’s start at the beginning and see where it takes us. Spanish Language blogger Rass, responsible for the videogame blog ‘Botón B’ has a piece called ‘Cadáveres y polígonos’ (or in English…

September 26th

This Week in Videogame Blogging, now in rapidfire-mode since there’s so much to get through: Fraser Alison at Red Kings Dream writes about ‘A grammar of games’. Tom Francis writing for PC Gamer informs us of some Spade related violence in Fallout…

September 19th

We’re back for another week of top-shelf videogame blogging, writing and criticism. First up, Rob Zachny writing for Gamers With Jobs talks about RUSE and ‘the Fall of France’. It’s a story about a young girl who meets a pianist… kidding! That…

August 29th

It’s time once more for This Week in Videogame Blogging, in which we take a look at some of the most interesting pieces of criticism and analysis from across the blogosphere. I’ll be taking a break from compiling TWIVGB for a few…

August 22nd

Just a quick one this week, as my country heads to an election and I spent all day at a polling booth spruiking for a grassroots organisation unaffiliated with any party. But that’s neither here nor there; it’s time for This Week…

August 15th

Since last week’s instalment, Justin Keverne completed his annotated walkthrough-meets-examination-meets-deconstruction of Deus Ex’s first level – Liberty Island. Weighing in at six lengthy parts, it’s very thorough. Missed this one in the shuffle last week but it’s too brilliant to omit; Auntie…