“So what this says is: because we don’t know exactly where we are in space and time, we are actually spread out between all these different universes in which we exist. So really this means that anything that can happen, does happen, and that instead of being PhD students here, maybe in another universe, you’re … Continue reading HAVE WE MET BEFORE?
"I understand it now, this fit of nostalgia made me want to go back to my childhood – a return to Kanto."
Part 2 of 2. In this article I’m going to put in relation a Gothic short story by Brown and a mini-game in Night in the Woods. In both cases, a whole new story can be seen between the cracks of the texts.
Part 1 of 2. In these two articles, I draw links between the Gothic in literature and in video games. This first one is dedicated to Oxenfree (Night School Studio, 2016), and “The Tale-Tell Heart” (1843) by Edgar Allan Poe, and how the uncanny, in both cases, is released outside of the boundaries of their respective media.