As the head of the Gameological Society, John Teti sets the tone for the site’s mostly high-minded, occasionally whimsical view of video gaming. You’ll find him reviewing cheap games, writing previews and summing up the odd news item, but he’s at his best with long-form commentary. Last month, Teti dismantled the tiresome idea that video games need a mainstream critic like Roger Ebert, arguing we can build something new and better instead. And he showed us what he meant, using a review of the platform RPG Rogue Legacy to ponder the implications of having children.
LINK: The Gameological Society