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Joanna Nelius

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Joanna Nelius is a Southern California native who was raised on age-inappropriate games, yet somehow turned out alright. She has been an editor and contributor for several small gaming publications, as well as speculative fiction and academic magazines, for the last few years. When she has some free time, she usually spends it exploring abandoned buildings or watching Unsolved Mysteries—and finding good homes for her twisted horror and sci-fi stories.

Games that Changed Our Lives: Exploring the Grieving Process in ‘What Remains of Edith...

When someone says, "that game changed my life," the first thing some people think of is that it changed their life in a grandiose way—in a way that stuck with them well into adulthood.

Happy 45th, Pong (You’re Old, But We Still Love You)

With such a focus on multiplayer, “linked” entertainment, what is it about Pong that has endured through the decades

The Use of Catholic Themes in ‘Outlast 2’

That’s the exact conundrum Outlast 2 and many other Catholic-based horror stories have presented: the perception of sin and the guilt that follows.
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The Real-Life Biotech in Bloober Team’s ‘Observer’

I recently had the opportunity to play Bloober Team’s latest game, Observer—a fantastic game for those who are interested in cyberpunk.