Ian Sims

Ian is a video game addict with no hope for recovery. He spends his days trapped inside JRPGs, platformers, and adventure games. His favorite games include the Borderlands series, The Walking Dead, Final Fantasy Tactics, Super Meat Boy, and Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Given his penchant for emotional games and the horror genre, he hopes Oculus is developing a VR system that is resistant to his tears.

Ian graduated from The Ohio State University and now works in Wisconsin as an Implementation Consultant at a software company. He is the Editor ‘n Chef of SilverSporkNews.com, a millennial food website. Ian owns a Virtual Boy and hopes that someday someone will actually care.

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  • What Remains of Edith Finch is a treatise on death, but it’s not as morose as the singular topic would lead you to believe. In a strange way, Edith Finch is more about the light following the darkness than the hopelessness of fate.
    Genre: Adventure Release date: April 24, 2017 Can video games be art? To many gamers this
    06/30/17 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • Scéal taps into Irish folklore to create a memorable adventure game by utilizing novel watercolor visuals and an Irish folk soundtrack
    Genre: Irish Folklore Adventure Release date: October 27, 2016 Scéal is beautiful in its
    05/26/17 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • The story twists familiar lore on its head and leaves the audience baffled in all the best ways.
    Genre: Point-and-Click AdventureRelease date: September 20, 2016 Batman: The Telltale Ser
    09/28/16 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • Gameplay that can’t be summed up by saying, “Well, it plays like a Telltale game." Batman is Telltale’s sharpest game to date.
    Genre: Point-And-Click AdventureRelease date: August 8, 2016 Did you know that Batman’s
    08/22/16 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • Episode 5: Order Up! feels like a reverent game created by fans for fans
    Genre: AdventureRelease Date: March 29, 2016  After having played through the second episode o
    04/20/16 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • The Positives - Samira Wiley's complex portrayal of Michonne. The Negatives - Everything Else
    Genre: Point-And-Click AdventureRelease date: March 29, 2016Review Platform: PS4 In my review
    04/03/16 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • There’s one villain that even this katana-wielding badass can’t overcome - lackluster writing
    Genre: Point-And-Click AdventureRelease date: February 23, 2016Review Platform: PS4 The W
    03/03/16 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • I'm willing to admit that I did have fun at certain points, but there's plenty to criticize
    Genre: Action-AdventureRelease date: January 18, 2016 Video games based on television and movi
    02/12/16 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • A "noir-ish" tale that delves into the mythology surrounding Jack the Ripper, The Slaughter is an adventure title that will leave all players dying for Act Two.
    Genre: Point-and-Click AdventureRelease date: January 28, 2016 The Slaughter: Act One exemplif
    02/03/16 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • Sharply witty and narratively complex, Telltale built a world in this episode that outshines all previous entries in the series.
    Genre: Adventure Release date: December 22, 2015 Note: This review includes spoilers. Le
    12/30/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • Recaptures the humor and action of the first episode and finally begins to expand the universe in meaningful ways
    Genre: Horror Adventure Release date: September 21, 2015 After the debacle that was Minecraft Story
    12/02/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • A game filled with intelligent puzzles, difficult platforming and a beautifully stylized world
    Genre: Platformer Release date: October 28, 2015 The development of Albert & Otto is a bit
    11/04/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • Once the episode begins to delve into new material, credits roll??
    Genre: Point-And-Click Adventure GameRelease date: October 27, 2015 Telltale shocked us a
    10/29/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • For Telltale fans, Story Mode is more of the same winning formula; for Minecraft fans it’s an enjoyable interpretation that has the potential for greatness.
    Genre: Point-And-Click AdventureRelease date: October 13, 2015 Telltale Games has become the m
    10/21/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • Despite stunning surrealist visuals and innovative game mechanics, Rememoried is painfully frustrating.
    Genre: Point-And-Click AdventureRelease date: August 31, 2015 The representation of dream
    09/26/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • Exceptional artistry makes The Detail a charm to play.
    Genre: Point-And-Click Adventure Release date: May 28, 2015 The Detail is a difficul
    06/29/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • Despite nailing the environment and offering the seeds of an acceptable story, Woolfe falters in the worst way possible: it’s boring.
    Genre: Platformer Adventure Release date: March 17, 2015 Woolfe - The Red Hood Diari
    06/28/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • A game about dementia that carefully balances the haunting and the peaceful while offering an imaginative and frightening story.
    Genre: Adventure Release date: March 25, 2014 Ether One is a delightful stroll down
    06/03/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today is a good game that missed its chance to be great.
    Genre: Point-And-Click AdventureRelease date: April 10, 2015 Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Tod
    04/10/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
  • One of the greatest games of 2013. The gameplay packs replayability because of its multiple modes, various characters, and constantly updating online community. A masterful stealth title.
    Genre: Top-Down, Single Player or Co-Op Heist gameRelease date: April 14, 2013 Monaco: What’
    03/25/15 | Review | by Ian Sims
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