Games to Revisit in May

I totally forgot to do an anniversary post since I’ve been blogging for a year, I also know that I’m quite late in posting this but hey at least I’m still posting. For May I didn’t really have time to try games since I was quite busy also I finally played Bloodborne, I enjoyed it more than Dark Souls honestly. Anyway I thought of choosing one game for this month and it’s one of my favorite games.


The game is narrated by Wreden and takes the user through a number of incomplete and abstract game creations made by a developer named Coda. Wreden challenges the player to try to come to understand the type of person Coda is from exploring these spaces in a first-person perspective. Within the narrative, the player discovers that Wreden had tried to force meaning onto Coda’s games, causing them to end their relationship. Wreden has stated the game is open to interpretation: some have seen the game as general commentary on the nature of the relationship between game developers and players, while others have taken it as an allegory to Wreden’s own personal struggles with success resulting from The Stanley Parable.

I went through many emotions while playing this game because it’s unique and interesting. The narrative of this game drives you to think and find a deeper meaning through the games developed by this unknown developer Coda and I find that fascinating because we usually rely on expressions and body language to understand a person.

I highly recommend trying it out, hope you enjoyed this short post. I’m really sorry for the lack of posts lately, trying to get back at it.

Have a great day.


4 thoughts on “Games to Revisit in May

    • I think it’s cuz more fast paced than Dark Souls .. in Dark Souls i had to defend myself more often but in Bloodborne, you just go for it


  1. Very nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wished to say that I’ve really enjoyed surfing around your blog posts. After all I will be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again very soon!


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