Diego Arguello

Diego is a journalist and critic from Buenos Aires, Argentina who has learned English thanks to video games, which he now covers for Polygon, Inverse, Bullet Points, The Washington Post, Fanbyte, and IGN. He also regularly writes video game guides for EuroGamer. Diego founded Into The Spine on Patreon in 2018 to tell stories about video games and what they leave behind. Diego has a Bachelor’s Degree from Emilia Moutier de Pirán in Buenos Aires. He's objectively bad at taking breaks and can usually be found procrastinating on Twitter.

Gaming

2024’s Video Games, Ranked From Worst to Best

It’s already been a big year for gaming. Here’s every title Inverse has reviewed so far.

ByRobin Bea, Hayes Madsen, Shannon Liao, Kai Tatsumoto, Diego Arguello, Josh Broadwell, Willa Rowe and Kazuma Hashimoto
Review

Helldivers 2 Is a Perfect Sci-Fi Shooter With One Glaring Flaw

Inverse score: 8/10.

ByDiego Arguello
Inverse Recommends

Separate Ways is the Best Excuse to Return to the Resident Evil 4 Remake

Every step you take, she'll be watching you.

ByDiego Arguello
Feature

PlayStation VR2's Stumbling First Year

One year in, virtual reality game developers reveal their biggest problems with Sony’s second-gen headset.

ByDiego Arguello
Feature

How 2023’s Scariest Games Redefined a Classic Horror Trope

From Alan Wake 2 to The Outlast Trials, the jump scare may never be the same again.

ByDiego Arguello
Game Guides

Alan Wake 2 Shotgun Locations and Codes for All 3 Weapons

Finding a shotgun gives you a massive advantage against your enemies. Here’s how do it.

ByDiego Arguello
Gaming

15 Years Ago, a Legendary Bethesda Franchise Delivered the Perfect Open-World Game

15 years later, not many open worlds care to be remembered.

ByDiego Arguello
The Video Games Issue 2021

How an online improv group became the MST3K of video games

Yes, and...

ByDiego Arguello
Gaming

'Disco Elysium: The Final Cut' is a lackluster version of a must-play RPG

Inverse score: 7/10

ByDiego Arguello
Gaming

Hitman 3's Argentina mission marks an important first for video games

ByDiego Arguello
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