Jack de Quidt

Jack de Quidt is a writer and composer from the South West of England. He sends picture-postcards from inside games he plays.

Sci-Fi

Exploring the Uncanny, Sci-Fi Dystopias of Simon Stålenhag

To celebrate the release of his third book, 'The Electric State,' we spoke with the Swedish painter about the fear of technology, the rise of fascism, the power of art, and (of course) robots.
Jack de Quidt
10.10.18
The Pantheon of Games

The Best Games of 2017: Day 5

In 2017, we confronted death, shared secretes, sought comfort, fought for justice, and did our best to look absolutely incredible.
Nicole Carpenter
Janine Hawkins
Dante Douglas
Jack de Quidt
Carli Velocci
12.29.17
The Pantheon of Games

The Best Games of 2017: Day 4

This year, players found secrets, sought redemption, experimented with everything... oh, and played what might be the best non-BioShock BioShock game ever.
Danielle Riendeau
Janine Hawkins
Dante Douglas
Carli Velocci
Jack de Quidt
12.28.17
The Pantheon of Games

The Best Games of 2017: Day 3

The games of 2017 cast us in some odd roles: sibling, space salvager, survivor, and... mortician?
Jack de Quidt
Carli Velocci
Dante Douglas
Janine Hawkins
12.27.17
The Pantheon of Games

The Best Games of 2017: Day 2

Whether you were running from terrifying, nameless foes or facing them head on, the games of 2017 were all about war, lore, and... good music.
Patrick Klepek
Carli Velocci
Janine Hawkins
Dante Douglas
Jack de Quidt
12.26.17
The Pantheon of Games

The Best Games of 2017: Day 1

This year saw players commanding troops, exploring labyrinths, flying through the air, going home, and (of course) crying.
Rob Zacny
Dante Douglas
Carli Velocci
Jack de Quidt
Janine Hawkins
12.25.17
hitman

'Hitman: Game of the Year Edition' Brings New Campaign, Tools, and Targets

If you missed one of the best games of 2016, this edition seems like a great opportunity to remedy that.
Jack de Quidt
10.24.17
no man's sky

Story Mode, Multiplayer, and More Make Us Want to Play 'No Man's Sky'

The Atlas Rises patch adds a brand-new storyline.
Jack de Quidt
8.11.17
Thousand Threads

Three Violent Minutes with a Game That Remembers Why It Hates You

'Thousand Threads' gives its NPCs just enough memory and motivation to create a Hobbesian hellscape.
Jack de Quidt
6.26.17
Mobile Games

This is One of the Funniest Puzzle Games I've Ever Played

'Zip-Zap' is a mobile game of mechanical humor.
Jack de Quidt
6.23.17
Lego

'Lego City Undercover' is the Best Lego Game

'Lego City Undercover' offers some of the most satisfying open-world gameplay—and car crashes—we've ever played.
Jack de Quidt
5.29.17
Tabletop-RPGs

These Games Prove That Not Every Tabletop RPG Needs a 300 Page Manual

The 200 Word RPG Challenge shows that creativity has no minimum word count.
Jack de Quidt
5.12.17
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