Anusha Ganapathi

The Last of Us: Have I convinced you?

The Last of Us (part 1) is a story about nature healing 20 years after an apocalypse.

11 Jan 2022

The Forgotten City: Time loops, and a delightful story!

Apart from the occasional first-person shooters that gave me a headache, 2021 was an excellent year for video games.

05 Jan 2022

Cricket 22: Did you catch it?

This is Big Ant’s latest Cricket based game, featuring the Ashes, multiple championships, and representing Men’s and Women’s games

29 Dec 2021

One for the ride

I have played over 200 hours of the latest Assassins Creed games.

22 Dec 2021

Eastward – Checks all the indie-RPG boxes

Eastward brings together an interesting duo in the nostalgic 90s’ RPG style

16 Dec 2021

On the battlefield

First-Person Shooter games are the cockroaches of video games.

30 Nov 2021

Reflecting on The Game Awards

It is disappointing that a game like Cyberpunk 2077 that is so visually brilliant faced such a discordant reaction at the awards. But there is hope for it in the coming years.

24 Nov 2021

Reflecting: The Game Awards

The Game Awards were considerate enough to not let a few games be credited in certain categories, so now people are happily angry about it

22 Nov 2021

Forza Horizon 5: Bigger and better

FH5 is also on track to have more cars than FH4.

16 Nov 2021

Minecraft: Still the Best Sandbox videogame

I could think of little else. Armed with a pickaxe, I broke block after block

15 Nov 2021

Play as a space captain rallying his team

In terms of the gameplay experience, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is not something that we have ever seen in the action-adventure game format

02 Nov 2021

Lemnis Gate: Repeats Nothing but itself

Lemnis Gate is a great summary of videogames this year, being a combination of the concepts of time-looping, first -person shooting, and turn-based strategy

26 Oct 2021

Spooktober served with a side of Zombies

The main campaign of this game is divided into four acts, each with multiple chapters

25 Oct 2021

Spooktober served with a side of Zombies

You haven’t read this column for long enough if you aren’t aware of my appreciation of a good zombie game

19 Oct 2021

Play Disco Elysium for its writing!

When I say read, you might imagine a 1,000-page novel with several deviations from the main story, unnecessary descriptions of the sky, nature and the like

11 Oct 2021

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