This article really scratched my itch for historical Larp-Failure, really well investigated and written.
I absolutely love the stories of larp-implosions. The history of larping is very sordid, and almost everyone has war stories at this point and larpers are nothing if not story tellers so everyone loves to tell them.
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Thank you for an astonishingly compelling and revealing story. I can’t imagine what you’re going through but I’ve very glad you found a way to process it and decided to share your experiences.
Wow, what a story, thank you for sharing. I definitely have a few games etched into my memory because I played them right when I dealt with trauma. Really vivid memories of playing about half of Shadow of the Colossus in one sitting through tears because I got a call about my mom regressing into alcoholism again right… Read more
Yes! I’ve been loving this game on Switch. It’s a perfect follow-up to the Ace Attorney trilogy (while also forging its own identity).
This has been my biggest issue with Octopath Traveler. Second attempt to play through. I just gathered all eight characters.
The combat system is great. I love it. I like choosing who to use and who to leave behind. It’s kind of a fun little mystery game trying to figure out enemy weaknesses so you can bust up their… Read more
Chris, this is exactly what I come to Kotaku for. This article explains perfectly what sudden impulse was awoken in me to play BoF the moment I saw it on Nintendo Online, even though I had many other much more recent games building up in my backlog. And playing through it was exactly as you say, an oddly comforting… Read more
The original prototype of the PlayStation—a Super Nintendo with a CD-ROM drive attached, created via a partnership…