I'm a Native Alaskan transgender army brat who has lived and worked 9 jobs in 12 states. On my spare time I play all things strategy, watch way too many movies, and follow random stray cats at 2am.
Articles by Alec Blouin
Back in 2005, a little game called Lugaru released. It was classically early 2000s story material with the graphics of a late 90s game.
I remember being entranced at a young age by building destruction animations in early RTS titles.
The number of interpretations of what it would be like to climb inside the human body on a microscopic scale are endless.
Travel Oregon, the face of the Oregon Tourism Commision, has released a licensed tribute to the original Oregon Trail video game.
The problem with coming out with an expansion as large as XCOM 2: War of the Chosen is that it can overshadow the base game.
There's a story, possibly just a legend by now, of a time when a real-time strategy game was ridiculously popular on a console release.
Oriental Empires immediately captured my eye.
I can only imagine the boardroom at inbetweengames (a studio made up of 3 former YAGER veterans) during the development of All Walls Must Fall.
Upon first appearances, Endless Space 2 does not seem to make any new major strides in the 4X genre.
The Space Marine has always filled a special spot in nearly every form of media.
It's difficult to fully understand what's wrong and what works regarding Dawn of Andromeda.
When you think "post-apocalypse", most people think of a Mad Max-style world of ruin and cutthroat survival.