Anthony John Agnello

Anthony John Agnello


Anthony is a writer living in New York whose work has appeared in The A.V. Club, Edge, and Salon. His great hope is that someone makes a game that looks and feels like upstate New York and that the game will be Klonoa 3. He owns two beaches and likes long walks on cats.

By Anthony John Agnello

  • Fallout 3: Bobbleheads


    What are your most cherished in-game collectibles?

  • Project X Zone

    The In Crowd

    Project X Zone is a hilarious video game reunion party—if you’re in on the gag.

  • Crossroads: The Haze

    Crossroad Blues

    Not even a deal with the devil could save Crossroads: The Haze.

  • Bald eagle

    Wings of liberty: 16 video game birds that could kick the bald eagle’s ass

    Toward a new national symbol.

  • Resident Evil

    Use Your Illusion

    The goal for developers shouldn’t be the most detailed game world but rather the one that’s most convincingly alive.

  • Daymare Cat

    Where The Sidewalk Ends

    Daymare Cat aims to pique your curiosity with Shel Silverstein style.

  • Kylesa

    Kylesa’s Phil Cope and Laura Pleasants, musicians

    The Savannah metal band’s principal songwriters devise the ultimate piece of band merchandise.

  • Plagiarize This

    What great idea do you wish more game designers would copy?

  • Ace Attorney

    Ace Goes Deep

    The new Ace Attorney adds visual depth to Capcom’s video game comic book.

  • Einhänder

    The Sound Of One Hand Zapping

    All it takes to complete Einhänder’s first level is a blissful release of conscious thought.

  • Matt Brunner

    Matt Brunner, cinematic director, Murdered: Soul Suspect

    The Square Enix developer thinks alien societies could learn about the afterlife from his game.

  • Sucked in: 13 pop-culture portrayals of games that consume their players

    In it to win it.

  • Remember Me

    She Blinded Me With Sci-Fi

    Remember Me can’t decide if it’s a heady think piece or a dumb adventure.