The Roundup: Check Out Our Video Series, Michelle Zauner Shines, MacBook M2 Pro Debuts, Best Game Openings, Emily Dickenson Game, RIP Billy Kametz, Bernie Stolar and Technoblade

By Ronald Gordon Hello and Welcome back to The Roundup, the Critic Circle’s chance to take a look at what’s been going on the past two weeks both inside and Outside the Circle. This week we’ve got news from all over, ranging from a selfie from a recipient of one of the gracious Awards given…

The Circle Interviews: Watch Our Special YouTube Video Series With Reggie And Many More!

If you want some deep conversation about games, the industry and more, please check out our recent video series on our YouTube Channel. These are also available as podcasts on SoundCloud, Spotify and elsewhere. Without further adieu, here’s what the New York Videogame Critics Circle has been up to: —Board member Reggie Fils-Aime was interviewed…

The Insight: Sable Is A Chill Puzzle Game That Follows A Young Woman Moving Through Her Rite Of Passage. But It Needs An Injection Of Action.

By Jade Entien As workplaces and schools reopen, the stress of life returns. The day-to-day commute, workload, and deadlines make it hard for many people to enjoy the little things in life. Sable is an indie puzzle game by Shedworks, featuring melodious music by Japanese Breakfast, Michelle Zauner’s indie band that made it so big…