Category Archives: Reflections
“Getting Over It” could really be about learning to live with a disability

by Isaac Smith (Disclaimer: I have never suffered from a disability and only know what I have seen, read, and…

Meet Brian McKelvey – LTG’s Newest Staff Writer

By Brian McKelvey A bit about me: I was five years old when I picked up a video game controller…

What We Played This Year – 2017

By the Last Token Gaming Staff Well, 2017 isn’t exactly the best year for everyone. However, there are some awesome…

Poem – What’s in a Name?

By Dave De Leon (Editor’s Note: This is a freelance contribution by Dave De Leon, who earlier this year published…

What’s the Holdup? Games We Took Too Long to Complete

By the Last Token Gaming Staff Like any passion, video games are a time commitment above all else. You sink…

Why I’ll never whistle Minecraft’s music on the way to work

Well, the real reason I won’t be whistling on my way to work is because I’m unemployed! #justmilennialthings I’m kidding, of…

Poem – The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of

By Dave De Leon (Editor’s Note: This is a guest piece written by a fan of ours, about the thrill…

What We Played This Year – 2016

By the Last Token Gaming Staff Look, we’re going to avoid the cliche: We know how awful 2016 was. It’s…

Reflections on Mass Effect

by Ben Fitzgerald and Terry Randolph The First Taste Ben I can still remember the first time I played Mass…

Video Game Violence – A Personal Reflection

Video games often get a bad rap. They are subjected constantly to a stream of criticism from many sources. They…

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