Together We Game

Month November 2020


This week live on the Zoom Stage was the Brooklyn Queer Comedy Meetup hosted by Glo. Glo, a long-time comedian, and creator of Glo in The City was a phenomenal host who brought a lot of energy to the event,… Continue Reading →

Littlewood Review: There’s Little To Do Here

Littlewood is an independent game by Sean Young. This game is similar to that of Animal Crossing. The premise is that the world has been saved by you, but you have amnesia, and in this time of rebuild you are… Continue Reading →

Oxenfree Review: Is. Leave. Possible?

Oxenfree is a psychological horror game. The premise is that several teens are going to have a party on the beach, and perhaps tune into some interesting sounds on the radio–a rumor that’s common to the legends of the island…. Continue Reading →

A Short Hike Review

‚ÄčThis game had a beautiful story, and when people ask if games can be art, can be examined as serious as literature, this game proves the answer to be yes. It really tackles head-on the theme of the journey being… Continue Reading →

Remakes, Remasters, and Crossplay, Oh My!

The most important part about video games is the game itself, of course. But as we come into the modern age of gaming, several words get thrown around and it can be confusing to newcomers to really understand what all… Continue Reading →

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