Emily MorgantiStaff Bio
Emily is a freelance writer and adventure game enthusiast who lives in Northern California. Writing samples, deep thoughts, and a disturbingly large volume of dollhouse pictures can be found on her website. Follow her on Twitter @fovlet.
Articles by Emily Morganti:
Ron Gilbert, Dave Grossman – Return to Monkey Island interview
Hot on the heels of the biggest adventure game announcement in years, we chat with the legendary men behind the monkeys in search of their secrets – including the first in-game images!
Life Is Strange 2 review
The five-part second season may be less-heralded than the first, but its deeply emotional tale between two brothers on the run ranks right up there with its stranger predecessor.
Something is good in the state of Denmark, as this time-looping mystery based on Hamlet is an impressive narrative adventure, though the pursuit of multiple endings yields diminishing returns.
Why you shouldn’t wait: A mid-season reflection on Life Is Strange 2
With three of five episodes now complete, we've taken the unusual approach of exploring why it's worth catching up now instead of waiting until the end.
Ragnar Tørnquist – Draugen interview
With Red Thread's atmospheric narrative adventure nearly ready to spring to life, we caught up with the studio's acclaimed writer/designer to learn more.
Life Is Strange 2: Episode 1 – Roads review
The second full season hits the ground running with an immersive first episode featuring a whole new cast, story, and branching narrative possibilities.
Life Is Strange: Before the Storm review
The three-part prequel can't weather its narrative problems to meet the expectations set by its acclaimed predecessor.
Finding Paradise review
While not quite reaching the heights of its predecessor, To the Moon fans won't regret their time with this thoughtful character-driven sequel.
Last Day of June review
Destinies collide in memorable ways in this poignant, wordless tale of life, love, death and loss.
This RPG-styled, dual-world fantasy adventure packs a powerful emotional punch despite its somewhat ill-suited gameplay obstructions.
Night in the Woods review
This stylish slacker drama branches into intriguing darker themes, but is too rooted in aimless repetition to build any momentum.
Eye on iOS: Lost Phone edition
In our latest round-up of mobile adventures, we put three fairly similar phone-snooping games through the wringer.
Adventures in Storytelling: Fragments of Him, Virginia
These stylistically different him-and-her games are both emotionally powerful but broken down by largely non-interactive storytelling.
Dreamfall Chapters review
The Dreamfall saga's long journey is complete, balancing beautiful worlds and beloved characters with uneven storytelling and scant gameplay.
GDC 2016 round-up
The Game Developers Conference was packed with visitors, including Sherlock Holmes, Viking ghosts, burly sailors, and frustrated creators.