This week we’ve got some great stuff! Some excellent stuff! Some kinda bad stuff! And everything in between! Also a lot of talk about everyone’s favourite turn-based sports game, Golf! Also please watch Odd […]
This week we are joined by the one and only Victoria Tran from Innersloth! She joins us in talking about what it’s like working in the game industry, mental health, burnout and finding joy
Welcome to the third episode of Coding Fyx! We are continuing our series on what it’s like to get into development, and we are talking about what it is like to work as a
This week we are joined by the always affable Jan Ochoa from Giant Bomb! He graces us with tales of the Peloton bike, and joins us for talks about the new Fast & Furious
Sincerity carries a lot of weight in games, and I can’t think of many games who come across as more sincere than Before I Forget. While it isn’t perfect in execution, it is doing a lot with a little and carries more weight than one would expect from first glance. It is cathartic, moving, hopeful, witty, and affecting all wrapped up in a relatively short experience. It is a game I have no problem recommending, and one I won’t soon forget.
Ultimately, Eliza is a fantastic experience. It dives deep into subjects which aren’t often talked about openly, and does so with expert attention to detail. It is a biting commentary on our reliance on technology in the modern world, and does not use kid gloves while doing so. Along with technology, it is a wonderfully executed think piece on mental health, and what it is like for everyday people to be afflicted by mental illness. Were it not for the story stumbling across the finish line, it would be a wholehearted recommendation without any caveats; but as it stands, expectations ought to be tempered for its conclusion.