Though Gone Home was a critical darling on release, later critics have called the game immature—but that, Melissa Brinks argues, is because it’s not for them.
Following up a tweet by Dragon Age veteran Patrick Weekes, Angie Wenham discusses all the reasons that Isabela is, in fact, a catgirl.
Are games like Gone Home juvenile, or just not for the typical gaming audience? Melissa Brinks intends to find out.
Kingdom Hearts’ female characters are woefully underdeveloped, a consistent problem for the crossover fiction the series embraces.
The Sidequest crew sits down to discuss coziness in games, and how warm and soothing mechanics—even unintended ones—improve the gaming experience.
Maddi Butler has a type when it comes to games. She calls this genre “Sword Dads.” She and several other Sidequest writers join forces to bring you a definitive ranking of the most dangerous, dadliest dads in video games.