Welcome back to Mystic Messenger Trash, a column wherein I chronicle playing Mystic Messenger for the first time. The following contains spoilers for the Rika Behind Story DLC, along with mentions of her portrayal in other routes more broadly. Content warning for mentions of sexual assault and parental abuse, and a brief discussion of suicidal ideations and depression. (more…)
Sidequest’s former managing editor Naseem Jamnia used to do sciencey things, but they now slam their keyboard and call it art. Their debut novella, THE BRUISING OF QILWA, introduced their queernorm, Persian-inspired secondary world; their middle grade horror debut SLEEPAWAY comes out in 2025.
During my senior year of college, one of my English professors let me write about Dragon Age for a final paper. And not just about the storytelling or the writing, but a full on nerd out about the Bible’s influence on the game. At the time, I was in a class about the Bible’s far-reaching effects on literature; my professor allowed us to pick a piece of media (other than a book, if we wanted) to analyze. (more…)
A writer based in the Pacific Northwest, Grace Cook is a freelance writer who finally admitted to herself she wants to be a writer.
Welcome to An Adventure in Small Games, a monthly series focused on games that cost less than $20, ideally less than $10. In this series Eve Golden Woods will focus on the indie game and what it has to offer the world of gaming. This month brings you her in-depth analysis of We Know the Devil by Aevee Bee and Date Nighto.
Spoiler Warning and Disclaimer: Date Nighto provided a review copy for this article. WWAC Member Jo Fu works with Date Nighto, but had no involvement with this review. There are also (marked) spoilers in this review.