Representation and the Power of Media as Discussed through Exit Fate: Part 1: on (Mis)Representation

I love Exit Fate. A lot. It’s weird, clever, sentimental, dramatic, subversive, funny and charming; its characters are endearing, believable and dynamic and its world comes alive with details. I can’t recommend enough that you go to the creator’s website, download the free game (available for Mac, here courtesy of a programmer named Barış Şencan), support … Continue reading Representation and the Power of Media as Discussed through Exit Fate: Part 1: on (Mis)Representation

Final Fantasy Tactics and the Author of History

The fictional country of Ivalice has been the setting for a number of lauded Square games. It makes for an appealing setting  due to the elaborate and lifelike political drama that deepens in each appearance. In the tumultuous land’s many iterations, there is always a contest for power between military organizations, royal families, economic classes … Continue reading Final Fantasy Tactics and the Author of History