Last night, gaming lost one of its most passionate voices. John Bain, who went by the online alias Totalbiscuit, died at age 33, leaving behind a legacy in games journalism and reviews.
What exactly is a “good game?” It’s a question that would seem to lie at the very core of games journalism, yet every journalist - heck, every person - will have a different answer to it.
Be honest: when you think of piracy, the first two things come to mind are probably childhood dreams of Blackbeard, or BitTorrent.
We all have one: that list of games in the back of our mind that always crops up while you are at work, in class, or away from your gaming system. The games that we always mean to finish, to play, to get that sense of completion.
Now, I feel like I should clarify that this is an opinion. I’m making no claim to expertise in business, marketing, creating a product or anything of that nature.