The House in Fata Morgana is a masterpiece on every level, and a game that truly pushes the artistic boundaries of the medium.
Sword of the Necromancer struggles to tap into what makes a good roguelike tick, despite a unique monster-reviving gimmick and decent story.
The Missing looks at a glance like a grim puzzle platformer, but that’s a means to an end: a brilliant, hopeful story of masterful embracing one’s identity.
We need more games about sex. Ladykiller in a Bind isn’t just a sexy game, but one that engages with sex in a way that few other games do.
Masquerada is an excellent game in almost every regard, but the most remarkable thing about it is how it explores themes of class conflict and queerness.
Jem and the Holograms, by Kelly Thompson and Sophie Campbell, is easily my favourite comic book right now – let me tell you why.
The inclusion of same-sex marriage in Fire Emblem Fates might seem good, but Nintendo’s handling of it is riddled with problems.