A critical discussion of WaTF's most viral article on Majora's Mask.
A full written version of With a Terrible Fate's presentation on horror at PAX Aus 2016.
In my analysis of the notorious "Dark Souls," I argue that the game is frustrating and rewarding for exactly the same reason.
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.
I apply the theory developed over the course of the series thus far in an analysis of the iconic line, "You've met with a terrible fate, haven't you?"
Discussing a Happy New Year, and analyzing the Happy Mask Salesman.
Given the analysis I have offered of the Song of Healing, how can we account for the fact that Link cannot use the song to heal Skull Kid / Majora?
What can Deku Link teach us about the nature of gaming? Part I of III examining the Song of Healing.
In the first of three posts about the Song of Healing, I argue that Deku Link offers us unique insight into video games as an aesthetic object.