Review ’em All started life as a side project in 2016 – to see if it’s possible for a videogame critic to review every game they play in a given year. After 98 reviews, the answer is yes.
Now the site remains as an outlet for esoteric criticism, a place to pin down thoughts on games that catch my interest. Reviews could be full length or a few brief paragraphs, depending on time. Some games will be played in full, others for a few minutes. For readers, consider it a review diary. For me, it’s a creative challenge and a means of staying sharp.
When I’m not writing here, I’m freelancing for Rolling Stone/Glixel, Playboy, Polygon, Paste, PC Gamer, Unwinnable, Zam, and others. You might also remember me from such blogs as VideogameCollecting, my portfolio, and going on its ninth year, DoBlu.com
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