Minion Masters – Christmas (Early Access) Review Request

Three Weeks in… Better Late Than Never

This is an early access review written 1/14/18 Minion Masters may dramatically change in the future and make any or all of this article irrelevant in doing so. Also, I received the game for free. Please be sure to keep that in mind when reading.

Over Christmas my buddy gave me a gift on Steam. It was what I’m reviewing today, Minion Masters. He thought I should give it a shot with him since I enjoy CCG type games and tower defense games as well. His only request, review it. So here I am today with my look at the latest game from BetaDrawf, the folks who brought you games like FORCED and FORCED SHOWDOWN (another one I like a lot). Continue reading “Minion Masters – Christmas (Early Access) Review Request”

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OneShot – You Only Get One

Well Sort of at Least

After greatly enjoying Doki Doki Literature Club, I was quickly recommended to check out the game that I’m looking at today:  OneShot. Made with RPGMaker, and clearly a lot of love, OneShot is a metanarrative experience that attempts to twist what you may expect with a game like this. Did OneShot live up to the hype or did it fail to deliver? Let’s dive in and find out! Continue reading “OneShot – You Only Get One”

Doki Doki Literature Club – Why so Popular?

Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

 

Recently I took the time to play Doki Doki Literature Club. I had been hearing mad hype about the game, even from people I know in real life who have zero interest in a dating sim/visual novel. After completing all routes of the game, I can’t help but feel a little let down. Still, the game is worth checking out and the developer obviously put a lot of love into this one so let’s dive in and take a closer look. Continue reading “Doki Doki Literature Club – Why so Popular?”

A Hat in Time – The Best Game I’ve Played in the Past Decade

A Hat in Time is a Classic in the Making

I caved and spent the $29.99 that I definitely should not have spent to purchase A Hat in Time awhile back. Some of you may have even seen me playing it, a lot. I’m not even going to keep you waiting for my opinions on this one. A Hat in Time is an excellent game and if you haven’t played it yet, you should because it is cute, fun, and everything a collectathon game of yesteryear in the modern age should be. Continue reading “A Hat in Time – The Best Game I’ve Played in the Past Decade”

Outlast – A Found Footage Game you Can Play

It’s no Secret that I Love Horror Games

Given the time of year, I thought this was the perfect time to talk about Outlast. This game from Red Barrels takes the premise of a found footage horror film and puts you in the role of the camera man. You play as a reporter looking into a tip about an insane asylum. Pretty cliché in that department, but the game is a great time. Continue reading “Outlast – A Found Footage Game you Can Play”

The Sexy Brutale – Not What it Sounds Like

A Truly Unique Experience

I know for video games this is a statement you hear far too often, but in the case of The Sexy Brutale this is 100% true. Thrown head-first into an intriguing mystery that takes place in a mansion that has been converted into a casino for a party. Not just any party, the party. Normally things go off with out a hitch, but this year the staff has murderous intent. You’ll have to save the guests by manipulating time in order to solve the mystery behind these murders, and it isn’t what you may be expecting. Continue reading “The Sexy Brutale – Not What it Sounds Like”

Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle – Remy, What Have You Done?

Despite the Game’s Title, This is Actually a Hardcore Mahjong Game

Dedicating this article to Remy who runs The Lilly Garden. He’s a great guy with some pretty interesting content so be sure to check him out. Thanks to him and a conversation we had a little while back I have been extraordinarily inspired to brush up on my Riichi Mahjong skills. I own a beautiful ivory set in a mahogany case, but unfortunately don’t have anybody to play in real life. That’s where the PC game, Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle comes in handy. Don’t let the suggestive name fool you, this is a serious game for people who are looking to play Riichi Mahjong. Continue reading “Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle – Remy, What Have You Done?”

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School – Why I’m Excited for the PS4 & PC Release on August 22nd

I’m Super Excited!!!!!!

Seriously, I love horror games. Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Outlast, and even more Obscure (hehe, see what I did there?) titles like Scratches (sadly off the market T.T such a good game). Naturally, I spent hours scouring the internet to find even more titles as my well of excellent horror titles began to dry up. Rewind to 4-5 years ago, I discovered a little known horror title White Day: A Labyrinth Named School. Continue reading “White Day: A Labyrinth Named School – Why I’m Excited for the PS4 & PC Release on August 22nd”

My Latest Obssession – A Look at RimWorld

Everything Was Great, Until Somebody Got the Flu… (Spoilers, They All Died)

Remember Dwarf Fortress? Remember how tough as nails it was? Sure would be great if that were on Steam but that’s not what I wanted to talk about today. Instead, I’ll be looking at RimWorld, a game that feels a lot like Dwarf Fortress in Early Access on Steam. Continue reading “My Latest Obssession – A Look at RimWorld”

Train Valley Review – Real Time Puzzles, Now With Trains!

Train Valley is a Solid Real Time Puzzle & Micromanagement Game That is not Only Beautiful but Captivating

During the Steam Winter sale this year I picked up a handful of new games, among them was this little gem:  Train Valley. Enjoying both puzzle and train games, I figured I would enjoy a combination of the two, and I was not disappointed. With that being said, this game certainly isn’t for everyone, but it might be for you so consider what I have to say. Continue reading “Train Valley Review – Real Time Puzzles, Now With Trains!”