Archive for September, 2013

  • The Clocktower

    Not Getting Any Younger

    In The Clocktower, there’s no escaping the ravages of age.

  • Timesplitters

    About Time

    We finally know the Xbox One’s release date, a time-traveling shooter might be coming back, and a new development hits Gameological’s ongoing Pizza Hut app investigation.

  • Misfits

    The Cure Is In The Cause

    An episode of the British TV show Misfits turns anti-game arguments around on themselves when video games are used to stop a game-inspired killer.

  • Shelter

    The Dice Is Right

    Highlights from the week’s comment threads.

  • Brawlin' Sailor

    Anchor Man

    Brawlin’ Sailor warns against the dangers of chasing your dreams.

  • Ben Dolnick

    Ben Dolnick, author

    The writer of At The Bottom Of Everything couldn’t get to the bottom of Skyrim.

  • Shambles


    Shambles proves that not even the mind behind Minecraft is immune to the zombie virus.

  • Weird dice

    What the hell are these dice?

    Here’s an afternoon puzzler for you: What are these dice? We discovered them here at Gameological HQ today. Matt Kodner, one of the site’s intrepid editorial assistants, was opening a “mystery bag” of little tchotchkes that I picked up for him during a recent visit to Uncle Fun in Chicago. We’re mystified, and we wonder […]

  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney—Trials And Tribulations

    Darn Good Coffee

    A caffeine addict’s personal ballad adds a mysterious sense of romance to Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.

  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

    The battle of the bulge: 10 games where players fight (or embrace) weight gain

    Press Start to give yourself a body-image complex!

  • Clockwork Cat

    The Time Is Meow

    The time-rewinding Clockwork Cat feels appropriately youthful.

  • Total War: Rome II

    The Rayman Empire

    Rayman, Rome, and Diablo III return in this week’s new releases.

  • Rayman Legends

    Supersize It

    Rayman Legends is opulent and brilliant, but it’s missing some of its predecessors’ sweet scrappiness.