Category Archives: Commentary
Konami: A Betrayal or a New Leaf?

By the Last Token Gaming Staff Isaac: Mobile games are the future. There, I said it. I’m sorry if it made…

Video Games: Art you can be bad at.

“Video games are the only form of art which you can be bad at experiencing.”   A friend repeated those…

Dying Light’s Review Key Blunder, or: No More Embargoes!!!

By Marshall Garvey   Good…..GOD. Did they learn nothing from the debacle that was Assassin’s Creed: Unity? Apparently not. For…

The Multiplayer Effect

How its influenced console gaming and the consequences of it by Terry Randolph and Chris Medrano Multiplayer has made a…

Like a Bull in a China Shop

Can games based on movies be good? What could be done to improve them? By Christopher Medrano & Terry Randolph Recently,…

The Culprit Effect: When Video Games and Violence Collide Part 2

By Terry Randolph Part 1 of the article can be found here. Feature image graphic courtesy of the New York Times….

Part 2 of my article is delayed a day or two

Hi everyone, I want to apologize, as my part two of “The Culprit Effect” article will be delayed for another day…

The Culprit Effect: When Video Games and Violence Collide, Part 1

Violence has been hotly debated when it comes to video games. Is there really a correlation? Could it be something…

Living in a Sandbox World

by Terry Randolph When does linear-storytelling become too constricting? Or an open-world game become too ambitious? A few months ago,…

The Illusion of the Triple-A Title

by Terry Randolph Business practices take over what used to be a title of creative innovation and exploration. Before jumpstarting…

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