My views on “Chernobyl” (2019), the scary, gripping and well-crafted HBO miniseries. 5 reasons why it’s top notch storytelling, and a few words about its cultural impact.Read More Great AND Terrible. 5 reasons why “Chernobyl” is damn good storytelling.
To celebrate the ending of Game of Thrones, here is my personal ranking of all the characters who made it to season 8. From the worst to the best.Read More All Game of Thrones characters (season 8), rated by me
My contribution on the discussion about “The Long Night”, s08e03 of “Game of Thrones”. It breaks three of Aristotle’s fundamental principles of drama.Read More 3 things that don’t work in “The Battle of Winterfell”
My experience and short review of the latest – and possibly, most controversial – “Black Mirror” episode, which bends the boundary between television and videogame.Read More “Bandersnatch”, Black Mirror broke the border between tv and videogame
Hello! On this lazy Sunday morning (a rarity) I was doing some cleaning in the library, and after about 10 minutes it got really boring I got the inspiration for a new post. Sometimes after a presentation or a during a training course people ask me “hey, this was really cool, can you recommend me […]Read More My top book list on Games and Gamification
Mass Effect: Andromeda is the latest videogame from Bioware’s ultra-successful Mass Effect franchise, released on March 21st (23rd for Europe, I still don’t know why). In a future post I will talk about Andromeda in detail (it’s very, very controversial), but now it is finally time to discuss the original trilogy, why I think it changed […]Read More 5 reasons why Mass Effect made the history of videogames
I spent Christmas doing very little. I ate a lot, slept a lot (this was all part of the plan), and… watched a lot of TED talks. This is the part I did not expect. Here is how it happened. I stumbled upon this book: which all considered, delivers what it promises. It contains a […]Read More 10 TED talks I watched compulsively this Christmas