Developer: Thunder Lotus GamesPublisher: Thunder Lotus GamesPlatforms: Windows, macOS, Linux, Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, StadiaRelease: August 18th, 2020 I am not even sure where I should begin with this game. I had seen a impressions video of it on YouTube, I am a huge fan of indie games and try to keep anContinue reading “Spiritfarer Review”
Wicked Willow is a LGBTQIA+ Visual Novel about Witches created by T.F. Wright funded by Kickstarter and released June 2nd 2020. I was given a review copy that I streamed on Real Women of Gaming’s Twitch channel. If they call me wicked for following my heart, then so be it. Awaken your inner witch, pursueContinue reading “Wicked Willow Review”
I love playing a new game. The size of my Steam library would indicate maybe a little too much. So many games come along that grab my attention with trailers and game-pay footage, yet fail to hold it. Carrion does not let go. Much like your protagonist, this game has hauled me into it’s toothyContinue reading “Game Review: Carrion”
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.
Publisher/Developer: QC Games Platform: PC Release Date: January 2019 I was extremely excited to be invited into the Technical Alpha testing for Breach, a game that is expected to be released in early access just next month. Breach is a third person co-op action RPG that has strong hints of Over-salt… I mean, Overwatch. What’s it about? Breach takes placeContinue reading “Review: Breach”
Developer: NSquare Publisher: Nexon Platform: PC What’s it About? MapleStory 2 is a free to play MMORPG. It was released in 2015 in Korea, but world wide on October 10th of this year. Anime-style characters can quest through and explore a 3D block world filled with monsters and adventure. What did I think? This gameContinue reading “Review: MapleStory 2”
Ring of Elysium is a multiplayer battle royale game.
I’ve heard that gamers consider Luigi’s Mansion to be a classic from the Nintendo GameCube era. Personally, I’d given it a try once before and didn’t get very far before I lost interest. But that was years ago, so why not try again? Well, I tried, and I did end up enjoying it. It’s justContinue reading “Review: Luigi’s Mansion”
Hey, do you like point and click adventures? Twin Peaks? Maniac Mansion? If you said yes to one of these, then this is a game for you! If not, try it anyway! Why? Well, let me tell you in this review. CUE THE THEME SONG! …Okay, I don’t have one since this is a writtenContinue reading “Thimbleweed Park: A Review”
When I’m not playing video games or writing, I can be found working at the library. Every other month or so, I like to combine my job with my interests by bringing all kinds of video game systems to the library for people to play. When that happens, I’m always amused by the way everyoneContinue reading “Review: Diddy Kong Racing”