Review: FAR: Lone Sails (2017)

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. 

Quick Start: City of Heroes – Homecoming

Lords, ladies, lads and lasses, I am Vinni the Troll and I have good news for you. The capes are back. City of Heroes shut down roughly 7 years ago and it has been resurrected by a devoted fan base. How much will this cost you? Nothing. How can you get into the game? WithContinue reading “Quick Start: City of Heroes – Homecoming”

Review: Detective Pikachu (the movie)

Is Pokémon: Detective Pikachu the very best video game movie, like no one ever was? Well, the competition wasn’t exactly fierce.  But, yes.  Yes, it is. While I’m no longer the huge fan of Pokémon that I used to be, I had a good time watching this movie. It’s interesting, based on the different reviewsContinue reading “Review: Detective Pikachu (the movie)”

Review: Detective Pikachu (The Game)

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)”

Top 10 Free-to-Play Steam Games of All Time

1. Counter-Strike This is a game that has changed a lot and only a little over the years that it has been out. It was actually created 19 years ago and has evolved into a free-to-play game. It was once a pay-to-play (that’s when I got it!) and has since become free-to-play as of 2018.Continue reading “Top 10 Free-to-Play Steam Games of All Time”

Games Created by Women: Centipede

For many gamers, there are fantastic memories associated with games from the 1980s. Between the accessibility of arcades and finally being able to play at home these games became a foundation for so many of us who like to game. One such game was released in 1981. Centipede was sent out into the world byContinue reading “Games Created by Women: Centipede”

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”

A Trip Through the SNES Classic: Final Fantasy VI

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”

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”

Games Created by Women: Blackwell’s Asylum

Would you think you would be able to survive in a nineteenth century mental institution? What if, once admitted, you were sent to an asylum known as a place where no one ever left? What if the doctors were not only there to keep you from escaping but also to perform whatever atrocities on youContinue reading “Games Created by Women: Blackwell’s Asylum”