Review: Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory by Iris the Keyblade Master
Developer: The Fun PimpsPublisher: The Fun PimpsPlatforms: Linux, Windows, Mac, PS4, Xbox OneRelease: December 13th, 2013 Yes, this is a review of a game that is 7 years old. Why you may ask? Because it’s one of my favorite games. 7 Days to Die is an open-world game that is a unique combination of firstContinue reading “7 Days to Die”
They wanted the power of Death but got the nightmare of Dream
Video gaming has been used as an escape from reality to a fantasy world for decades; one plays the Elder Scrolls games to role-play as axe wielding brutes or mystical sorcerers in a sprawling fantasy landscape rife with dynamic and unique voice acting, sound design, and orchestration. Another individual desires the immersion into theContinue reading “Animal Crossing: New Horizons: A Review”
Greenville 1989 is a narrative co-operative game in which players take on the role of a typical 1980s teenager who just wants to go bowling.
From what I’ve seen in fandom circles, A Link to the Past is one of the most beloved games in the Legend of Zelda series, right up there with the all-time classic, Ocarina of Time.
Time spent at college is considered to be extremely exciting for so many people.
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)”