Articles by: Richard Glenn

Putin Gay Dress Up Simulator Flips Off Censorship With A Giant Wang

Putin Gay Dress Up Simulator Flips Off Censorship With A Giant Wang

Now that the ice tracks have settled, the slopes have been deserted and Elise Christie has stopped smashing folks to […]

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I’m A Teaching Assistant; Here’s Why We Need Game Development In Schools

I’m A Teaching Assistant; Here’s Why We Need Game Development In Schools

“I‘ve done it!” Pacing back and forth a modestly sized room abuzz with activity, I attempt to lay out the […]

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Olson’s Journey Is A Colossal Journey Of Self-Enlightenment

Olson’s Journey Is A Colossal Journey Of Self-Enlightenment

There’s a lot to be said about lengthy games with a proclivity for puzzle-solving. In my case, what’s said is […]

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E3 Is Bad, But Not As Bad As The People Who Say It’s Bad

E3 Is Bad, But Not As Bad As The People Who Say It’s Bad

It’s that most wonderful time of the year, say I. You know what I mean. In just the smallest of […]

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The Video Game Time Capsule – Team Meat

The Video Game Time Capsule – Team Meat

Tentative as I am in pointing out pronounced truths, independent video games now take pride of place at the forefront […]

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The Video Game Time Capsule – Mike Bithell

The Video Game Time Capsule – Mike Bithell

Tentative as I am in pointing out pronounced truths, independent video games now take pride of place at the forefront […]

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The Video Game Time Capsule: Markus ‘Notch’ Persson

The Video Game Time Capsule: Markus ‘Notch’ Persson

Tentative as I am in pointing out pronounced truths, independent video games now take pride of place at the forefront […]

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I Can’t Handle Gaming Marathons; Am I A Bad Man?

I Can’t Handle Gaming Marathons; Am I A Bad Man?

It’s with an introspective tear in my eye that I look back on that evening. Remnants of Wotsits, Doritos and […]

by × March 11, 2013 × 1 comment
A Woman Scorned Hath No Fury Over 99 Levels To Hell, Out Now

A Woman Scorned Hath No Fury Over 99 Levels To Hell, Out Now

Don’t say we didn’t warn you. Actually, did we warn you? Let’s see, now. Ah, here it is! Our Editor-in-Chief/workhorse/all-round […]

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I Played Hotline Miami And Felt Nothing

I Played Hotline Miami And Felt Nothing

Richard’s reaction to Hotline Miami is one that is counter to the one outlined by Chris in “Do You Like […]

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Pseudo-Geriatrics Make Games Less Fun

Pseudo-Geriatrics Make Games Less Fun

I look forward to reaching puberty because it’ll mean I can be a dick to everyone younger than me. That’s […]

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Cheating Is Awesome…Sometimes

Cheating Is Awesome…Sometimes

Do you know what escapism is? I looked it up on dictionary.com. Apparently, it’s “the avoidance of reality by absorption […]

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Adventure Games Make Me Their Collective Bitch

Adventure Games Make Me Their Collective Bitch

I’m starting to feel as though sporadic writing isn’t doing wonders for my self-esteem. Having already aired my self-pitying grievances […]

by × January 10, 2013 × 1 comment
The Douchebag’s Guide To Becoming A Games Critic

The Douchebag’s Guide To Becoming A Games Critic

I’ve never drawn a dime in my life, but don’t let that fool you. I’m actually a remarkably clued up […]

by × January 4, 2013 × 0 comments
The Indie-Doctrination, Or Why AAA Games Aren’t The Problem

The Indie-Doctrination, Or Why AAA Games Aren’t The Problem

Sometimes, I wonder if I’ll continue running around in ever-decreasing circles until I disappear up my own self-righteous arsehole. It’s […]

by × December 14, 2012 × 1 comment