Game Night, Review, Video Games, Xenoblade Chronicles

Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition: A Modern Classic Revamped

Over a month later, and I'm finally done! I've completed Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition! And I can say with confidence that it lived up to that title! The original XC was one of my favorite games of all time. It means so much to me that I actually cried when they announced this version! Naturally,… Continue reading Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition: A Modern Classic Revamped

Character Analysis, The Mind of a Character, Video Games, Xenoblade Chronicles

Tyrea: Fleshing Out an Assassin

Xenoblade Chronicles has a lot of memorable characters. Shulk, Reyn, Fiora, Sharla, Dunban, best-girl Melia, the actual hero of the story Riki, Mumkhar, the list goes on. And amazingly enough: the Definitive Edition adds even more on top of that! More impressive yet: it took a character that no one knew or cared about and… Continue reading Tyrea: Fleshing Out an Assassin

Game Night, Halo, Review, Video Games

Halo 2: Larger, Louder, and More Intense

Fuck! Yes! I'm so excited! It's finally time to talk about the greatest game in the original Halo trilogy! Because Halo: Reach is its own thing. And Halo 4/5 suck. Halo 2 is an improvement over Halo 1 in every way. The writing is vastly better, it looks better (it's still an OG Xbox game,… Continue reading Halo 2: Larger, Louder, and More Intense

Game Night, Review, Video Games

Hollow Knight: The Perfect Metroidvania

This game even gave me a perfect, easy thumbnail. Can it get any more perfect?! I've been working on this review for a while. Partly because this game is fucking hard! But mostly because I've had a strangely difficult time getting around to actually playing it! Which is odd, because this game is amazing! There are a… Continue reading Hollow Knight: The Perfect Metroidvania

Character Analysis, The Mind of a Character, Video Games

The Problem with Fighting Game Characters

In case I haven't made it clear before, I love fighting games! There are few things more fun than a one-on-one clash with another person! No RNG (most of the time, depending on the game), no teammates, nothing to get in the way. It is a true clash of skill. Whoever put the most time… Continue reading The Problem with Fighting Game Characters