This Month in Videogame Vlogging

February 7th

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Welcome back, readers. To begin, I’d like to bring your attention once more this week to this call for submissions to a collected volume and archive of Black creators working in, on, and around games. This call runs until mid-March! Over at…

December 2020

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Hello again, Readers. Well, here it is, the twelfth and final TMIVGV for 2020. This December was typically light in terms of concentrated critical content, given all the end of year retrospectives that had to be made, holidays taken etc – but…

November 2020

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Welcome again, readers. It is my last video column for the year, already, somehow – though of course not my last column about the year. This one’s going up a little early because I’m taking a holiday from tomorrow, unless something else…

October 2020

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Welcome back, readers. Are we all still here? *Exhales* Okay, good. Between the annually mandated pivot-to-horror and a lot of people otherwise having something just dang interesting to say, October’s been a bountiful month for essays about videogames on youtube. I watched…

September 2020

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Welcome back, readers. My apologies about the lateness of September’s gaming youtube directory. I had it basically ready two weeks back, at the ‘normal time’, but then formatting and posting it became, for some reason or another – like everything else in…

August 2020

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Welcome back, readers. I hope you’re all safe and well, or as safe and well as possible between all the pandemic, wildfires, hurricanes and ongoing police violence. Today I am trying to find the light at the end of the tunnel of…

July 2020

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Hello, Readers. It’s late August 2020, by which I obviously mean it’s time to think about videos from July 2020. Here’s where you can support protesters against police violence in North America. These columns seem to be getting larger every month, thanks…

June 2020

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Hello again, readers. It’s another month. Thank you for all your submissions, which continue to make my job easier and this column, better. Once more I am at a loss as to how to summarise, respond to or otherwise introduce TMIVGV against…

May 2020

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Hey there, readers. I’ve mentioned this before, but perhaps it bears repeating now: the longer production cycles of video essays tends to put them a bit outside *the moment* of discourse, a factor that has certain advantages and disadvantages, but one which,…

April 2020

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Oh hello, readers! Thank you for your patience with this one – April blessed us with just so many videos to sift through. Thank you, also, for your recommendations and submissions. If you have a recommendation for a video you’d like us…