This Month in Videogame Vlogging

July-August-September 2022

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Hey there, readers. How are you? It’s been a minute. This time, for a much delayed TMIVGV, we cast our gaze back to vods released between July and September 2022. That is to say, last year. Toot toot. Thank you to everyone…

May-June 2022

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Hi there, readers. It’s time to roundup some vods! This crop comes from May and June, months that definitely happened very recently, and are not just a fading memory from a bygone season!! Fortunately these videos have all aged like fine pine…

March-April 2022

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Hello readers. It’s me, Critical Distance’s resident vod-sifter. I’m back from my unintended sabbatical aka the painful and all-consuming process of finishing my thesis for submission. I’m all better now, thanks. Wish I could say the same for my thesis!! Heyooooo. (If…

February 2022

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Hello readers, Vods. Vods, vods, vods. The vods have arrived. Get your vods below. This Month In Videogame Vlogging highlights the most compelling critical videos about videogames from the previous calendar month. It’s a Trap ‘Things contained within other things’ is the…

January 2022

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Hello readers, I hope you’re well. Here are January’s vods and odds. This Month In Videogame Vlogging highlights the most compelling critical videos about videogames from the previous calendar month. In Defence of Maligned 3D Platformers A couple of essayists go in…

December 2021

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Hello readers, December is traditionally a good month for “festivities” but a slow month for “discourse”, with many critics, essayists and content-makers opting to take a little break or put out some sort of top ten list. Meanwhile, others chose to upload…

November 2021

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Hello readers, Yes, that time of the month has arbitrarily arrived: videodiscourserounduptime. For the final time in 2021, no less. I feel like I should say something grand here to mark the turning of pages, but I have nothing. It’s been a…

October 2021

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Hello readers, Another month has passed on the Gregorian calendar, sending with it another 31 days in which people continued to upload videos about videogames to the internet. Some of these videos have ended up in this list, here, below, curated by…

September 2021

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Hello readers, In September, Grace Lee dropped an interesting piece titled What Isn’t a Video Essay? considering the notion of boundaries and semantics when it comes to format/genre/categorisation, which while not strictly about videogames (hence my shoehorning it into this bit of…