It’s a little game that’s good at representing a lot. You’ve got to bear the interests of specific voters in mind, and be sure to keep winning elections so you can keep enacting progressive policies. You’ve gotta comprise. I wound up gritting my teeth and attributing “the blackface incident” to “different times”, knowing my base would still support me and that I needed to swing some extra voters if I wanted to keep control of Congress beyond the midterms. … [Read more...] about Have You Played… Democratic Socialism Simulator?
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Being playable on a range of VR headsets allowed as many people as possible to experience the next chapter of Half-Life, but it was the way in which it used the platform that made it stand out. GameSpot's 9/10 Half-Life: Alyx review breaks this down, with critic Michael Higham writing, "Even when familiarity starts to settle in, its gameplay systems still shine as a cohesive whole. And as it concludes, Half-Life: Alyx hits you with something unforgettable, transcending VR tropes for one of gaming's greatest moments." … [Read more...] about Half-Life 3 Was Nearly A Procedurally-Generated Rogue-Lite