I usually cover TV, movies, and games here, and this year I want to do a better job of keeping track of comics I’m reading, especially if it’s a new series. One of the recent new series I’ve been enjoying (2nd issue came out this week) is this series called White (which makes it horribly […]
First off, yes, this is absolutely a Hearthstone clone, but one I’m really getting into. Produced by the makers of GranBlue Fantasy (and I think it’s set in the same world) what initially grabbed me more than Hearthstone is the fact that it has a campaign, and also just the general art of the game […]
This is a nice little bit of interactive storytelling (more than a game) and well worth taking the time to check out, especially since it’s free. Taking inspiration from the movements of a Rubik’s Cube, you move aspects of the scene around, creating a story for the two characters that are represented within. It features […]
Just like The Next Penelope, this is another gorgeous and colorful game that first drew me in on a superficial level. It really is beautiful to look at, with a fun design aesthetic throughout. The gameplay itself is fun at first – and a super neat idea – but playing alone I did start feeling […]
I played a bit of this the other day on Steam, and really like a lot of it, although aspects of it make me feel like I won’t really have the patience to keep playing a lot. The overall look is fantastic, but the racing itself, done in the style of “track racers” where you just […]
I haven’t played a Call of Duty game in years (I think the last one was the first Black Ops game), but I kept hearing really good things about the campaign on this, and I did quite like the sci-fi setting I saw in the trailers, and so I decided to give it a try. […]
Although it came out in 1985 and so fits in my current movie watching marathon, I usually watch it on an annual basis anyway, as it’s still one of my favorite movies. I never tire of it.
I came across this for the first time when I was browsing through Glixel’s top 50 games of 2016 list. Since it’s free-to-play, I took it for a spin at lunch time, and had a pretty good time even just going through the tutorial fights (and then a few practice matches). It’s got a great […]
I came across Forgotten, a little interactive text adventure game on the web, through this Wired article, and quite liked it. It’s bite sized, and feels like playing through a short poem, with an aesthetic that reminds me of the good ol’ EGA PC gaming days. Well worth the time, and it’s free.
I’ve been meaning to play this for what seems like forever (and have had it in my Steam library for a while now), and finally got around to it this week. I’ve played through Act 1 (there are 4 acts available so far, out of an eventual 5 I think), and OK, I definitely see […]