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The Long(est) Hallowe’en 29: Doki Doki Literature Club

Doki Doki will get deep under your skin and never, ever let go. Never has a game so cute been so terrifying - or so smart.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 27: Dead Space

Twelve years later, Dead Space still manages to be ahead of its time. Isaac Clarke is the last honest man in space: it's time to do some plasma welding.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 23: Costume Quest 1 + 2

On a night when you can be anything at all, who will you become? A closer look at a love letter to the Hallowe'en season (and maybe one of my own).

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 18: Oxenfree

In Oxenfree you don't make choices, you make conversation. It makes for one of the most engrossing, clever and lovable spooky experiences in years.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 14: Little Nightmares

Everything is way too big and nothing makes sense: a return to a simpler, scarier form of terror in this adventurous gem.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 12: Monster Prom

Remember high school, when you were surrounded by monsters and had to take one of them to prom? Now there's a game, too.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 10: Yume Nikki

Yume Nikki is a story about being trapped in an small room and dreaming your way out. An odd horror classic achieves new relevance in 2020 - just watch out for nightmares.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 8: Deadly Premonition

Today, a look at the bizarre, singular world of Swery65, and the only game to ever give Twin Peaks a run for its money. It's Deadly Premonition - with a disclaimer.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 7: Necrobarista

I work at The Terminal cafe now and I'm never leaving. Today's entry is an undeniably charming and unique visual novel... about the dead.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 2020: Over the Garden Wall

It's that time of year again. This year for The Long Hallowe'en, something a big different. And please please watch Over The Garden Wall.

PAX Online: Unpacking

Witch Beam's Unpacking is fascinating, thoughtful and unlike anything I've played. It's also the only time I've ever enjoyed moving.

Bioshock Infinite in 2020

Bioshock Infinite is a masterwork of interactive storytelling, but in 2020 it's impossible to overlook its major flaw. Let's talk about Daisy Fitzroy and the Vox.

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