Drew Toal

Drew Toal


Drew Toal is a writer and semi-retired photo booth operator. Drew resides in Brooklyn with his loving and very indulgent girlfriend, Stacey. He has never forgiven Mitch Williams for his catastrophic role in the 1993 World Series.

By Drew Toal

  • BioShock Infinite: Burial At Sea—Part One


    Burial At Sea’s romp through Rapture is both too short and just long enough.

  • Oodlegobs

    Viva La Revolución

    Someone finally stands against the oppressive force of cat videos—plus more in our free and cheap game roundup.

  • Killzone: Shadow Fall

    Shooting People: The Next Generation

    In this month’s releases, we encounter new consoles, familiar themes, and old favorites.

  • Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag

    Anchors Away

    Assassin’s Creed IV captures the excitement of a life on the Seven Seas.

  • Decadent: Saints Row IV and Enter The Matrix

    Virtual Reality: Enter The Matrix and Saints Row IV

    Saints Row IV does the Matrix better than The Matrix.

  • Inspector Blindson

    Fallout Boy

    Inspector Blindson reveals the hidden dangers of nuclear energy.

  • The Wolf Among Us: Episode One

    Grimm Fandango

    The Wolf Among Us picks up where the design of Telltale’s The Walking Dead left off.

  • Valhalla Knights 3

    Norse To See You

    This week’s new releases bring us Scandinavian culture by way of Japan and robots who—get this—punch each other.

  • Clive Thompson

    Clive Thompson, writer

    The author of Smarter Than You Think relaxes in bullet hell.

  • Pokemon X

    Who’s The Real Monster?

    With a new installment on the horizon, Drew considers the morality of Pokémon-on-Pokémon violence.

  • Jaws: The Text Adventure

    Hunger Games

    In Jaws: The Text Adventure, everyone’s least favorite Great White tells its side of the story.

  • NBA 2K14

    Basketball Jones

    A few games try to keep their head above water in Grand Theft Auto V’s white and turbid wake.

  • Star Wars: Episode I Racer

    Jedi Outcast

    A Star Wars racing game makes the case that The Phantom Menace wasn’t all bad