Y'know what the sad thing is? I've had this game in my Steam library for nearly two years now. I've only just gotten around to actually beating it. I've gotten so carried away doing side quests and gathering treasure that I never got around to finishing the damn thing! But now I finally have, and I can… Continue reading The Witcher 3: Welcome to the Rest of Your Life (Game Night)
I know the following statement can be made for just about every Nintendo game. But considering how numb I've become to that over the years of playing their games, I feel that it should say something that I need to reiterate. What a fucking weird game. Coming off of the trails to the masterful Link… Continue reading Legend of Zelda: Mario Edition (Game Night!)
*Deep breaths* Okay. I'm going to say something odd. But stick with me, okay? I promise, I'll try my hardest to be completely fair. Ready? Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is a good game. However: I don't like it. Initially, I absolutely loved this game. However, as time went on, more cracks appeared. By the time… Continue reading Sekiro: Die Twice, Shame On You, Die More Than That, Shame On You (Game Night)
Developed By: SCE Japan Studio, Team Ico Published By: Sony Computer Entertainment Directed By: Fumito Ueda Written By: Fumito Ueda, Junichi Hosono, Masashi Kudo, Takashi Izutani Release Dates: NA: October 18, 2005, JP: October 27, 2005, AU: February 16, 2006, EU: February 17, 2006 Link to Buy (PS4 Version) It's not Sekiro, I know. But… Continue reading Shadow of the Colossus: The Game That Changed the Game
Developed By: FromSoftware Directed By: Hidetaka Miyazaki Produced By: Masaaki Yamagiwa, Teruyuki Toriyama Available On: Playstation 4 (Link to Purchase) Release Dates: March 24th-27th, 2015 For the first Game Night!, I figured we'd start strong. But I had a harder time picking a game out than I thought I would. Then I realized: I've never… Continue reading Game Night! Bloodborne: Suffering Has Never Been So Good
Friday Among all the forms of art out there, games are easily my favorite. They provide an emotional experience like no other. With movies and books, you're just an observer into some other tale. But with a game? You're directly involved in everything that happens. Instead of observing another world, you're placed directly inside it.… Continue reading Game Night!
I love this game. I'm not even going to beat around the bush. I've been excited for this game since it was first announced, and I've been talking about the series practically once a week in the last few months before it's release. It's safe to say that my hype was through the roof, and… Continue reading Devil May Cry 5 Review: The Time Has Come and So Have… Well, You Know