The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom

The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom Review

It is said that love goes through the stomach. Sunny chicken drumsticks, fine sauces, barmy sweets, they all sacrifice themselves for the feeling of love to purely prevail. For P. B. Winterbottom, who is a sort of ironic Daniel Day-Lewis clone (just imagine him playing the butcher in Gangs of New York), the ode to food is even more important, because his whole life goes through the above-mentioned stomach. Continue reading…

Indie Games: The Movie splash screen

Indie Game: The Movie Review

Every time I’m busy with a challenging exam I feel like I disappear into an existential bubble. It was the same with Indie Game: The Movie, whose interestingness had to compete with my Algorithms exam. It was the same with my blog actually, the result being that, although I got to see Indie Game: The Movie last weekend, it is only now that I manage to write my impressions on it. (I DID miss you, ol’ blog). Continue reading…

The Blackwell Legacy

The Blackwell Legacy Review

With the exams taking place these days, I don’t really feel like playing anything too complicated lately. Deus Ex: Human Revolution, sobbing on my Steam shelf for several months now bears witness to my brain’s inability to munch on too complex reflex skills. Ow well, the good thing is that there’s always adventure games. Point and click is really comfortable and reasonable stories are always soothing. That’s how I stumbled upon this little jewel. Continue reading…

Lucidity - an indie game by LucasArts?!

Lucidity – A game forgotten

In the same trend of grown-ups and growing up and growing down and childhood galore and what not, I remembered a game I have almost forgotten…

There is a very fine line between light and darkness. A line that gets even feebler if you add the reality-fiction duality. And sometimes, this tense line shatters and dreams flow richly into reality, dissolving the shadows in the creamy, sunny contrast. That’s when you have to face the world with lucidity, to let yourself dragged in the torrent of ideas, like the foamy shadows upon the surface of a black coffee. Dreams and reality are but facets of the same essential thing that matters in this life, the SELF. Continue reading…