Kingdom Hearts III: The Best of Times and the Worst of Times

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”

Games Created by Women: Portal

  Hello readers and welcome to Aperture Science, where absolutely nothing is wrong. In this article, everything will be perfectly safe. Maybe there will even be cake for you at the end! Portal is a single player game. The player finds themselves in Aperture Science Laboratories. At Aperture, scientists have been working to create aContinue reading “Games Created by Women: Portal”

Recap Review: The American Girls Premiere

One lovely summer day, my parents were summoned to the basement for the world premiere of my very first play created on the computer. This one-woman show invoked the minimalist style, in the sense that almost nothing actually happened. Its protagonist, Felicity Merriman from the American Girl franchise, crossed the stage and recited a briefContinue reading “Recap Review: The American Girls Premiere”

TooManyGames 2018: An Overview

This year, we had the pleasure of attending TooManyGames again! I am excited for this convention every year for one big reason…. Indie Games Showcase! Unfortunately, we had zero time to prepare for this event. We didn’t talk to guests this year, but we were very excited to see Charles Martinet, the Voice of Mario, andContinue reading “TooManyGames 2018: An Overview”

Review: The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit

At E3 2018, DONTNOD Entertainment announced that they would release a new, free-to-download game at the end of June, set in the same universe as Life Is Strange. The game turned out to be more of a demo that sets up Life Is Strange 2, titled The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit. It’s available onContinue reading “Review: The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit”

Influential Women in the Gaming Industry: Team Sailor Scouts

Esports is a growing phenomenon that is surpassing even the gaming world. It is a form of competitive gaming. Now team gaming has been going on for years but Esports is a little different. These competitions have it all; professional players, live broadcasts and cash prizes. It has even made it onto ESPN. The oneContinue reading “Influential Women in the Gaming Industry: Team Sailor Scouts”

Indie Spotlight: Forgotten Anne

Tell us about your game: Valdemar Schultz Andreasen (Lead Game Designer): Forgotton Anne is an untraditional 2D platforming adventure, with a heavy focus on the narrative and an interest in telling a very human story. We’ve done what we can to make it feel as if you’re playing inside an anime-movie, with a cinematography thatContinue reading “Indie Spotlight: Forgotten Anne”

Review: Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia

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”

Kickstarter Preview: Psi Wars

It is the 37th century. Competing warlords have harnessed the knowledge of creation, using it to create powerful armies. This knowledge has spread across the galaxy unchecked causing mass-extinctions. Most of humanity has been wiped out. The Galactic Alliance has enlisted your help. Hyper-Card technology allows you to take part in planetary battles and help re-establishContinue reading “Kickstarter Preview: Psi Wars”