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”
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 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!”
In Theory, Heroic Tavern Brawls Sound Fun
In practice however, this was the single worst experience I have ever had with Hearthstone. I’m getting ahead of myself though, let me explain what Heroic Tavern Brawl is for those who don’t already know. This new mode is a pay to play mode that replaces the normal free to play Tavern Brawl, the biggest difference outside of this is that the new mode offers great rewards for winning (much like in arena mode, but better payouts the farther up you go) as opposed to the single standard pack for winning that the standard Brawls net you. The mode will cost you 1,000 in game currency or $10 bucks of real cash for 1 chance to play. Continue reading “Thoughts On Heroic Mode Tavern Brawl – Hearthstone’s Newest Mode”
Chucklefish Stikes Again!
Some of you may remember my look at Starbound not too long ago. I greatly enjoyed the title racking up over 40 hours in just over a week (that’s a lot for me). Having had such a wonderful time with that title, I decided to give the other Chucklefish game in my (grossly large) backlog a look. Stardew Valley is a Havest Moon like game that came out in Febuary 2016. Did it manage to capture my attention like their other title, or did it come up lacking? Continue reading “Stardew Valley Review – I Just Can’t Stop Playing”
I’m Never Playing Terraria Again
I knew in the first hour of playing Starbound that this would be the case. Even after sinking over 40 hours into the game, I haven’t gotten bored of it once. There’s quite a lot to do from following the main story, completing side quests, or just goofing around from planet to planet. No matter what I spent my time doing, I had a great time doing it. Continue reading “Terraria Killer: A Starbound Review”
This is video game review 3
Time ticks by, “Which wire do I cut?” I ask my partner, who is safely in the other room. One false move and it’s game over. You could cut the tension with the wire cutters I seem to have forgotten (seriously, for a game about defusing bombs you can do a pretty great job with no tools). I get the word, “cut the 4th wire!” He yells. I can tell he is slightly unsure. I cut it, only seconds left on the timer… Just in time, that was close. Continue reading “Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes Review”
This is video game review 2 and is a part of Halloween Week🎃
SOMA is a first person horror game created by Frictional games and released September of 2015. Known for other horror titles such as Amnesia and the Penumbra series. Both Amnesia and Penumbra were excellent experiences that left me wanting more. The big question is, did SOMA meet expectations, or fall a little flat? Continue reading “SOMA Review”