The world is rarely simple, but sometimes complexity is just convenience in disguise.
The hit survival game offers powerful hits of nostalgia for 90s RPGs, but sands off the rough edges to build something modern and beautiful.
When it comes to the past, sincerity might be a better target than realism.
It's never gotten much better, or much weirder, than this.
A story about controlling the narrative, for a time when facts and their meaning are all disputed.
Time is running out, but for who, and on what scale?
The last regular Postscript column confronts its own ending.
Depicting the labor-management divide across different planes of existence.
A dynamic story leads to a frustratingly vague and meaningless game.