Continuing with the revamped topical format for the DarkCast, this week's episode focuses on the critical process of reviewing video games. What do we think about when playing a game for review? Do review scores matter? Why are Darkstation's reviews divided into sections. Answers to these questions and more await you, dear listener, but we only scratch the surface and may very well continue the conversation next week.
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The Lester Bangs of Video Games - Esquire
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Jonathan is the host of the DarkCast, DarkCast Interviews, and Gamers Read. He loves books, video games, and superheroes. If he had to pick favorites, they would be Welcome to the Monkey House, Mass Effect, and Superman respectively.