Slay the Spire is the greatest video game of all time

“The Silent”, one of four playable characters in Slay the Spire (MegaCrit)

“Quality over quantity” seems to be a concept lost on game developers and game reviewers alike. Games like Skyrim — with it’s 1,000 NPC’s, a million spells and weapons, a billion items to find everywhere and a trillion game breaking bugs— are instantly heralded as instant classics based on the amount of stuff there is to do in the game alone. It seems that all a game needs to have is a long run…

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Freelance writer. Bylines in American Magazine, SB Nation and Mondoweiss. Culture and Sports.

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