Tag Archives: Ambience

Environmental Issues

You there, fellow computerized gaming enthusiast – come here at once.  Are you sick and tired of games filling your monitors with exciting, atmospheric locations only to go and ruin them with stories, “ideas” and other rubbish?  No?  Well damn you, I am.  That’s why, in this here feature, I’m going to address a few of the guiltiest urchins and briskly rub the muck from their faces with a spittle covered kerchief of mighty words. In plainer English: “nice setting, shame the game buggers it up a little, and while we’re at it here’s a few glib suggestions on what…

Edmund

Edmund is a game by Paul Greasley, winner of the TIGforums Adult/Educational Competition. I’m not sure how I should feel about this after playing through it. It’s disgusting. The real question is whether it’s disingeniously horrible or horrible with reason to its source material. Ok, before I get carried away with a debate on the nature of games and maturity, go play the damn thing first if you give a crap about me spoiling it. The only way to properly talk about this is to be spoiltastic. You won’t feel good after playing it, let me assure you. Back? Ok,…