I really like Cozy Grove because even though part of me wants to play in 8-hour chunks, I appreciate that the game won’t let me.
I also really like games that are about helping instead of killing.
I liked Mundaun because it literally hit close to home. Mundaun has a lot of things going for it: An absolutely unique artstyle (all textures were hand penciled by most-solo developer Michel Ziegler), an extremely dense atmosphere, which balances the uncanny with a grotesque sense of humor, and an impeccable sense of… Read more
With last weekend being longer thanks to Memorial Day, and my having bought Dragon Age 2, I ended up not going back to Thedas, mostly because I need to move my Origins/Awakening save from my old PC to my newer one so I can import the world state, however other things kept coming up.
I hear the training levels for this game are brutal.
Well, I’m not much of a one for survival horror type games, so I’ve never played a Resident Evil game. I’m aware that they’re also known for being a bit goofy and that Village is also known for the Big Vampire Lady that’s inspired a whole lot of horniness on Twitter.
Got my second vaccine jab this week, I was prepared for some major side effects but I think it was just my arm hurting (which everyone gets.) So I’ve been chilling with some Final Fantasy XIV and finally making some alts. Read more
As I touched on in last week’s thread, I gave in to the realities of the GPU shortage and ordered myself a new pre-built desktop PC to become my main gaming device rather than my infamous potato laptop. Which means that I’ve gone from this as my main system:
Because as the title says, the focus is on the Game Boy’s wierdest rivals. The Lynx, Game Gear, and Sony’s portable consoles were all rivals, but there wasn’t anything weird or obscure about them, they were treated as legitimate competition, unlike most of these (same goes for the short-lived Neo-Geo Pocket Color, or… Read more
Almost done with Maquette (I think), and I have to say, this is a strong early candidate for most disappointing game of the year. It has a lot of flaws, but I want to zero in on a couple of things that I don’t think can be fixed by game’s end. First: the writing. The game tells your classic “boy and girl fall in love,… Read more
Grabbed a copy of Earth Defense Force 5 for cheap and I’ve been enjoying it a ton. It really isn’t too different from 4.1 but they try to make it a bit more story heavy. It’s still just shooting waves of bugs, UFOs and robots for hours on end with different weapons. It also still looks like a bad ps2 game and I love… Read more
True to her word, Taylor Swift’s efforts to re-create her first six albums—the masters of which have been wrapped up…
If you’re jonesing for more picross I can’t recommend Murder By Numbers enough.
I, um, just beat Alduin in Skyrim. Anyone? Skyrim?
“Civil War,” a children’s guide to, you guessed it... Captain America: Civil War
Thanks for the reply! I didn’t really expect any response to my snark and I appreciate it!
While most (if not all) of the Myst games deal with worlds that have been used and discarded, Riven was about a world that was literally falling apart.