Category Archives: Reviews

Reviews After the Fact: Bioshock Infinite

It’s never too late to review a game; some of us just go at our own pace. “Reviews After the Fact” offers a critical look at a game, past or present, well after attention has subsided and people have moved … Continue reading

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Review: Mutant League Football (Electronic Arts, 1993)

Author’s Note: This review first appeared on Mech Taco on December 20, 2011, as part of a series on American football games available to play instead of Electronic Arts’ Madden NFL franchise. It may come as a shock for some … Continue reading

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You, the Undead and the Open Road: A Review of the Organ Trail

It’s finally here again, my favorite time of year.  Halloween is upon us and in the spirit of the season of tricks, treats, and NSFW Halloween costumes, here is a ghoulish review of the Organ Trail. The game is available … Continue reading

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Exploring Bioshock 2

As a rule, I have tried to avoid doing reviews.  This has partly been a matter of my personal and professional obligations preventing me from devoting the time necessary to play a game through to the end in any kind … Continue reading

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Exhibit Review: Access for Everyone

Last Wednesday, I visited Drexel University’s Hagerty Library in Philadelphia for the opening of their new temporary exhibit, titled Access for Everyone: Computing at Drexel, 1946-1984.  The exhibit highlights the expansion of computer usage to Drexel students. Following the construction … Continue reading

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