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Pokemon Sun/Moon Review – Fun in the Sun

Pokemon Sun/Moon Review – Fun in the Sun

Let me begin by saying that this is not a full-review of Pokemon Sun. I likely will never fully-complete this game, and let’s be honest, it’s just as likely that you won’t either. Pokemon games are huge time sinks and completing a Pokedex isn’t even the main quest of the game, it’s just something to brag about. While most of the hardcore Pokemon fans have already sunk a good chunk of time into the game, some of you may still […]

Lunch Break Games #1 “Tap Heroes”

Lunch Break Games #1 “Tap Heroes”

Lunch Break Games is a series where I write brief reviews on quick-play mobile games that can be played in a short amount of time.  TAP HEROES (Android/iOS) Price: Free – Though if you really enjoy the game, consider paying for some of the game’s in-app purchases to support the creators. Tap Heroes is a game that can be played as much or as little as you want. The game is designed to where you gradually unlock three characters, and then gradually […]

Gone Home Review

Gone Home Review

This is going to be a short review, not because Gone Home is a short game (though I did complete it in around 2 hours), but because I really don’t have much to say about the game. It is what it is. Gone Home is a game about coming home from traveling abroad to find out that your entire family (consisting of a sister, a mother, and a father) are not home. As the game progresses you slowly unravel what’s been happening […]

Tomb Raider Review: Back from the Dead

Tomb Raider Review: Back from the Dead

This is a spoiler-free review. For a long time, Tomb Raider was one of those video game franchises. Whenever a conversation about sexism in video games came up, Tomb Raider was usually one of the first games discussed. Everyone liked to talk about Lara Croft and her short shorts, narrow waist, and big triangle boobs. She existed as fanservice, and, for anyone with a sense of good taste, it was super tacky. Things changed in 2013 when Tomb Raider released. Ditching […]

Time of Dragons Review: How To Fly A Dragon

Time of Dragons Review: How To Fly A Dragon

Thematically, Time of Dragons is a weird game. The free-to-play game caught my attention when Steam recommended that I may like it. After a quick glance, Time of Dragons reminded me of the flying missions in Turok: Evoloution; futuristic technology stuck onto the backs of prehistoric (or in this case: fantasy) creatures for no real reason other than that it looks cool. There are humans in Time of Dragons, but they’re only seen on the main menu, doing scientist things in the […]

Late To The Game: Rust

Late To The Game: Rust

Rust has been out for two-and-a-half years but late last week my friends finally discovered it. Personally, at that point in time, I couldn’t have been less interested in the game. I knew it was another open-world survival game riding the coattails of Minecraft and DayZ. You start with nothing, smack some trees, smack some rocks, make some rudimentary tools and ten minutes later you’re running around with a shotgun or whatever. Back in 2012ish, a friend and I spent the year in an […]

Star Wars Rebels Season 2 Finale Review: Twilight of the Apprentice

Star Wars Rebels Season 2 Finale Review: Twilight of the Apprentice

As March came to a close, so too did the second season of Disney’s Star Wars: Rebels. Much like The Clone Wars, the second season of Rebels has been far superior to the show’s premier season. Between the exciting adventures, the character development (I can’t wait to see how Agent Kallus evolves in season 3) and some really jaw-dropping lore-related moments (I still get goosebumps thinking about the music that played when the crew made their way to Lasan, as well […]

The Flame in the Flood Review: Bayou Beware

The Flame in the Flood Review: Bayou Beware

The Flame in the Flood is a crafting-based survival game developed by The Molasses Flood that released in February. You can watch me experience the game through my 12-episode Let’s Play The Flame in the Flood series, or you can just stick around here for a bit and listen to me tell you why I didn’t really like this game. One thing that I did like, and it’s probably something you’ve just noticed if this is your first time seeing […]

Devil Daggers Video Review

Devil Daggers Video Review

Every second is a level. Devil Daggers is a new indie game that pits the player against an endless stream of demonic monstrosities. Luckily players get a magical dagger that can, oddly, shoot out other daggers. Learning how to dispatch enemies and utilize the daggers various mechanics the most efficiently is key to being able to survive in the game. After all, you only have one life, and even a slight bump into an enemy warrants an instantaneous death. The […]

The Body Changer Review: Still Growing

The Body Changer Review: Still Growing

The Body Changer is a new puzzle/shooter hybrid game from The Short And The Tall that just launched after a run on Steam Early Access. I’m not typically one for puzzle games, but I had some free time over the weekend and seeing as how it was the first game in my queue to check out, I decided to give The Body Changer a go. I played it for a couple hours, so my impressions below are from roughly the […]