As candy and scares fade away into the auburns and later the greens and reds of the end of the year holidays, we know that 2018 is nearing its close. Whether the year has been kind to you or cruel, one thing is certain: TWRM is still here to pat your hand and coo in your ear in the form of games writing as self-indulgent and as intimate as you could ever stomach. Continue reading Reviews of October (2018)
The people were dancing mad … The ladies of Vienna are particularly celebrated for their grace and movements of waltzing of which they never tire.
-Don Curzio Continue reading TWRM Radio: “Tanzen” – 1hr of waltzing video game music
This ain’t no game.
-the voice of chronic disappointment Continue reading Super Mario Bros. (1993)
Time, like an ever-rolling stream,
Bears all its sons away… Continue reading Asking Big Questions #011: “Is Game Quality Improving?”
After an explosive month in June, by which I refer to its dynamism and not to its destructive power, July seemed much cooler by comparison, even if the weather didn’t follow that pattern. Keeping up a post a day is tough work but we did our best and put out what I think is some great content this month. Continue reading Reviews of July (2018): “Hey, Listen!”
“And yet I have had the weakness, and have still the weakness, to wish you to know with what a sudden mastery you kindled me, heap of ashes that I am, into fire.”
― Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities Continue reading “My One-Hundred Eleven Favorite Games!”
I recently celebrated my 33rd birthday this year, which also means it was the 15-year anniversary of the death of the closest friend I have ever had growing up. It’s a subject I haven’t spoken about in a very long time, but I feel I am ready to be open about how computer games brought me to know Shane. Continue reading “Hacky Sacks and Computer Games – Remembering My Best Friend Shane”