Let’s chat about Stardew Valley.
In this game, you have an androgynous character traveling a grayscale landscape with red being the only other color. The art style is beautiful. As you side scroll in your large land vehicle, the scene is ever-changing.
It’s shameful, I know, but up until I got the SNES Classic, I’d never played a game in the F-Zero series. I didn’t even know what type of game that it was, though the title sounded familiar. For those in the same boat, F-Zero is a racing game set in the future. It’s the seriesContinue reading “A Trip Through the SNES Classic: F-Zero”
Between the movie adaptation coming out and one of my friends highly recommending the game to me, I finally decided to play Detective Pikachu. It’s a spinoff of the Pokémon franchise for the Nintendo 3DS/2DS that’s not as bizarre as it sounds. I had no idea what to expect from it. What I got was aContinue reading “Review: Detective Pikachu (The Game)”
Like many people, I’d waited almost thirteen years to play Kingdom Hearts 3. Technically, you could say that I’ve been waiting since 2012, when I beat Dream Drop Distance. But thirteen sounds more impressive, and it’s been that long since Kingdom Hearts 2 came out in Japan. And ever since then, we’ve all hoped toContinue reading “Kingdom Hearts III: The Best of Times and the Worst of Times”
Hey, everyone! This year, I’d like to try something different with my monthly video game reviews. I was fortunate enough to get a Super Nintendo Classic as a present, and most of the titles are games that I’ve never played before. So each month, I’m going to play a different game on the list andContinue reading “A Trip Through the SNES Classic: Final Fantasy VI”
Fire so red, night so black. Dear sweet Charlotte, please come back… If you like point-and-click adventure games and/or enjoyed reading the Nancy Drew books growing up, you owe it to yourself to check out Her Interactive’s Nancy Drew series. All of the games are playable on Windows, and everything from Trail of the TwisterContinue reading “Review: Ghost of Thornton Hall”
You may or may not know this, dear reader, but part of the VanriTheRogue persona is the fact that I don’t have emotions. At least, I don’t have strong ones. In an effort to see my emotions, a long time viewer decided to take matters into his own hands. Randomly one day, I received aContinue reading “Review: To The Moon”
We all know how much I love me some horror games. I’m always looking for new games to play, especially from amazing indie developers. I was ecstatic to get a review copy of Narcosis from indie developer, Honor Code, thanks to my fellow Mixer streamer and friend, Rorifett, who put me in contact with David, one ofContinue reading “Review: Narcosis”
The heroes from the Final Fantasy series cannot catch a break. Having been sent to a paradise world to rest from their battles, they discover that monsters have infiltrated said paradise. It’s up to them to band together and fight…again. Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia is a game for iOS and Android devices, recently launchedContinue reading “Review: Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia”