Welcome to Elk Review: A Charmingly Dark Storybook

Over the weekend, I finished a brilliant little game that was equal parts brief, clever, and dark as shit. Going into the game knowing that the stories being told are based on real-life happenings only heightens their gravity. Every single one of its stories and characters is based on true stories. Welcome to Elk is… Continue reading Welcome to Elk Review: A Charmingly Dark Storybook

Spiritfarer Review: Don’t Fear the Reaper

Maybe you aren’t an emotional masochist like me. If you aren’t, you probably won’t like Spiritfarer, because hoo boy. It’ll get ya. This gorgeously animated 2D resource management game centers around one thing — dying. This subject matter can be handled in a variety of ways, but the only word I can describe the ways… Continue reading Spiritfarer Review: Don’t Fear the Reaper

The Suicide of Rachel Foster Review

Pertaining to The Suicide of Rachel Foster, all may not be what it seems in Lewis & Clark county, Montana. The fallout of an affair between Mz. Foster, 16, and Timberland hotel owner Leonard McGrath, 40, demolished two families. Rachel threw herself off a cliff to avoid the embarrassment and shame of the relationship coming… Continue reading The Suicide of Rachel Foster Review