Wesley Lantz

Wesley's first memory of video games is playing through Super Mario World with his mom when he was 3 years old. Since then, he's been a classic Nintendo kid, but has branched out to the far lands of PlayStation in recent years. He enjoys the worlds that video games create and share with their audiences, and the way video games bring together collaborators from so many different disciplines like music, visual art, literature, and even philosophy. He is an advocate for excellency in all things, but isn't immune to a few guilty pleasure games, which may or may not include Disney's Party for the GameCube.

Review – Radical Rabbit Stew

By Wesley Lantz / July 30, 2020 /

Radical Rabbit Stew nails its particular blend of fast-paced action and thoughtful puzzling to create a game that holds your interest to the last bite.

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Review – Super Mario Party

By Wesley Lantz / June 18, 2020 /

Super Mario Party attempts to return to its roots, but ends up being a mere shadow of its past, lacking any of the chaotic fun of the best of the series.

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Review – Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You

By Wesley Lantz / May 4, 2020 /

Orwell: Keeping an Eye on You adds a level of engagement and gravitas to a tired concept to bring it closer to home than ever before.

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Review – Untitled Goose Game

By Wesley Lantz / April 22, 2020 /

Untitled Goose Game is a surprising charmer of a game that knows exactly what it is, delivers, and doesn’t overstay its welcome.

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Preview – Serin Fate

By Wesley Lantz / March 13, 2020 /

Serin Fate’s blend of RPG and life sim elements provides something for everyone, but time will tell if its main game can work past some frustrating issues.

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