Josh Rivers returns to (somewhat belatedly) discuss Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. One of Josh’s favourite games from last year, Hellblade is undeniably worth mentioning for all the things it does right…but perhaps even more so for the things that it gets wrong – particularly when it comes to representing psychotic disorders.

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Found in a heavily sealed crate salvaged from a wrecked freighter somewhere in the pacific ocean, Josh was brought to Indie Haven where he now writes features that combine his love of video games with his fascination with the workings of the human mind. Holding that video games, much like any art form, are a form of rorschach test that can often provide interesting insights into onesself, he enjoys writing about the ways in which games interact with his own psychological quirks, especially when it takes him down bizarre and esoteric rabbit holes. He's also a regular on the Indie Haven podcast, where his patented Deep Thoughts take the cast to places no mortal mind should ever venture.

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