Pat Cotter

Pat is a professional writer with experience covering a wide range of nerdy subjects. He loves games that explore new ground mechanically, aesthetically, and narratively, and especially enjoys Roleplaying games, immersive sims, and flying space ships or airplanes. He also plays tabletop games extensively.

Gaming Fyx – Episode 205 (Fourble!!)

Salvé! We’re hot off of Game of the Year and ready for action in this episode of the Gaming Fyx podcast. We’ve got hardware, we’ve got software, and we’ve got cars. Oh, and quite

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Umurangi Generation Review

The concept of the world ending is one of the most tired tropes in video games – and media at large. We have seen an utterly unending slew of different-but-the-same takes on how the end of the world will look, and how humanity will hold on after. That’s why the vibrant, hopeful, and colorful take on the apocalypse presented in Origame Digital’s Umurangi Generation is so effective. It dares to be different.

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Photographs Review

Photographs is the latest puzzle game from developer Luca Redwood. Redwood’s fantastic body of work includes classics like 10,000,000 and You Must Build A Boat. Both of these games would make a list of my top 20 favorite mobile games, but sadly, Photographs just misses the mark.

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Control Review

Control is a game that really fired on all cylinders for me. I’ve grown tired of the narrative space that so many third-person action games operate in, but this is a world and story I just want more of. By combining that with combat that encouraged me to fight aggressively and strategically, Control shot to the top of my favorite games of 2019. I feel this is Remedy’s best work, and some of the best weird fiction ever produced in games.

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