This is the third entry in our interview mini-series, where I talk to various people about their 2014, both in terms of the games they’ve been playing and on a more personal level. This time I’m talking to Aran Suddi, one of the news editors here at TSA, a star of TSA Live and all around good guy.
Alongside Aran reflecting on how 2014 has been personally, including his first full year as an editor and his current novel writing endeavour, he picked out three games that had really made an impact for him in 2014. First up was Destiny, the game he credits with getting him back into multiplayer gaming, even if he wasn’t all that enamoured by the way the story was presented.
Next he turned to a somewhat smaller title, picking out Child of Light as worthy of discussion. In particular he highlighted how well the game conveys its narrative, something we spent some time talking about.
His third and final game was Murdered: Soul Suspect, at least partly because of its fairly bonkers premise of playing as a ghost trying to solve his own murder. He also lamented the demise of the game’s developers, Airtight Games, after putting together a game that was genuinely trying something different.
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