Explore all of With a Terrible Fate’s articles analyzing the stories of video games, as well as the philosophy of video-game storytelling.
In the last of my analyses of the original "Majora's Mask," I argue that Anju and Kafei are central to the game's artistic value.
I play my own "Song of Time" by offering the first of my analyses of "Majora's Mask," which came years before "With a Terrible Fate."
"With a Terrible Fate" takes on the Elegy of Emptiness, inspiration of the infamous "BEN drowned."
An account of how I changed from a pre-medical program to video game analysis.
The payoff for the Salesman's last words, and the place they establish for the player in Termina and beyond, might be bigger than you expect.
Exploring the anomaly of Them in "Majora's Mask" in comparison to the First Civilization of "Assassin's Creed."
A close look at a character who lives by the clock, in a world that lives by the clock.
What is the difference between playing "Majora's Mask" on a stationary console and playing it on a portable console?