Author: Brandon Kohler

Brandon's love of video games spans decades, beginning with him struggling to see the black-and-green pixels on his cousin's GameBoy beneath the passing streetlights. He loved Ocarina of Time as a greenhorn, though often handed the controller to the same cousin when it came time to fight the bosses. Now, older and more confident, he wants to use his experience and love of writing to guide the new gaming generation.

The Station: Shiny, But…

Video games have been following an interesting trend as of late, and it’s turning them into somewhat of an artform; it’s no longer necessary to be good at some games just to enjoy them. In this respect, The Station is no different. The Station, developed and self-published by a five-man indie dev team of the […]

A New Classic: Stardew Valley

Whereas triple-A games seemed to dominate the market in years past, this generation has experienced a shift in the paradigm; independent gaming is becoming a new mainstream, and the developers have been putting out some increasingly quality content. One such developer, ConcernedApe, and publisher Chucklefish dropped a major bomb in the form of a charming […]