About Stacey Henley
Stacey Henley is the Editor-in-Chief at TheGamer, and an award winning features writer with experience across written and video content. She won the GGW Award for her feature on the parasocial marketing of Cyberpunk 2077, and has been twice nominated for the GameHers award for Journalism. She specialises in analysis of triple-A trends, cinema, and Taylor Swift.
Cubone and Marowak famously have one of Pokemon's saddest tales, but Minior's overlooked doom is just as heartbreaking
A chest tucked away in a mound of 'dirt' next to a cow houses one of the strongest spell scrolls you can find.
Before you know it, Baldur's Gate 3 will lock you out of backtracking, and you might end up underlevelled
A bug stopped us from getting to the end of The Lamplighter's League, but these are our impressions of what we played
The team making Hyenas have been treated horribly by Sega, and I hope this marks a change in disposable industry trends
Despite being an RPG, Cyberpunk 2077 has some specific ideas on how to approach the game. Going against those is the best way to make it feel fresh.
Phantom Liberty adds a new ending to the base game, but it's the finale of the expansion itself that stands out.
An Act 2 dungeon in Baldur's Gate 3 disrupts the game's pacing and features questionable logic that upends the carefully constructed world-building
Idris Elba plays cynical undercover agent Solomon Reed in Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty, and it feels like a version of how he'd be as James Bond
Being a drow has its downsides in Baldur's Gate 3, but in the Underdark the special benefits are worth it
Ada's gruesome deaths in the laser corridor are a crucial step in Resident Evil's continued reinvention.
Queen By Midnight's designer Kyle Shire sits down with TheGamer to explain the game's princess themes and eye-catching clock tower
The TGS VR booth is available all around the world, and doesn't even need VR to let you experience a little bit of the Tokyo Game Show for yourself
There are too many games right now, but no matter how good they are, I just want to play Baldur's Gate 3
Horrified is one of the best co-op board games out there, and Greek Monsters adds some new flair and creative monsters to the mix
After heading back to Night City for Phantom Liberty, Cyberpunk 2077's fast travel mechanic remains one of the best and worst things about the game