I'm a part-time videogame journalist with a BA in Game and Interactive Media Design and an MA in Writing Studies. I bleed theology, sci-fi, and fantasy. I grew up with Spyro and Crash on the PlayStation and love FPS, action-RPG, and platformer games. For more of my antics, mosey on over to Push Square and Gamechurch.
Articles by Joey Thurmond
There's a crucial difference between the Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon trilogies: their hub worlds.
I finished The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild recently.
Earlier this morning, we reported that Nintendo released a new firmware update for the Switch
You'd think that Sony Music Entertainment (SME) would stick with, well, music, but the subsidiary company is broaching new waters with the announcement of its new game publishing label Unties.
Samus Aran has been in retirement.
In the wake of Stardew Valley
Almost a month ago, Koei Tecmo announced that the sequel to Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom would be comin
Final Fantasy XV was a "last chance" for the entrenched franchise to prove its re
If there's a major bonus to the appeal of Limited Run Games' physical cases of video games, it's that they're not adorned with excessive logos and symbols that distract from the cover art.
The Chinese Room studio has been in the videogame industry for nearly a decade, which had its origins in a humble mod for Half-Life 2 called Dear Esther that went on to popularize
As I figuratively stepped into the world of Sparc, I could instantly tell it would own up to its inspiration.