Of all the games to come out in the heyday of the PS3, few are as beloved as Catherine. It took the world by storm, placing itself in the hearts of fans all over the world. It is one of the most beloved anime games of all time. Now, the re-release, Catherine: Full Body, is… Continue reading Catherine Classic: Nostalgia is a Cruel Mistress
EVO. The biggest fighting game tournament in the world. The real-life World Martial Arts Tournament. This is where the highest level of play in one-on-one E-Sports can be found. It has a long and prestigious history, so expectations rise higher and higher with every passing year. Luckily, the tournament hasn't let down yet. And that… Continue reading EVO 2019: This is Where the Hype Lives!
There has been a lot of controversy around a lot of things in video games. From violence to content, everyone can always find something to complain about. It seems that the arguments will simply never end. But among all of the squabbles, there is one that continuously crops back up. The debate between 'hardcore' gamers… Continue reading Hard Games VS Easy Games
Okay, hear me out on this. Last year, 'Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy' took the internet by storm. Every online personality played it, and everyone soundly hated it. For good reasons, I might add. The game was designed to be infuriating in every possible way. Both in terms of the level design and controls.… Continue reading Was ‘Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy’ Actually Genius? (Game Night!)
There are tons of retro-style Indie games that I adore. 'Shovel Knight' and its numerous expansions rank among my favorite games of all time. 'Stardew Valley' is my go-to game for relaxing. 'Crawl' is one of my favorite multiplayer experiences of all time. And now, a new entry has been added to the echelon: a… Continue reading The Messenger: An Indie Darling You Need to Play (Game Night!)
I'm sure I'm the first one to make that joke. Everyone look at how original, creative, and not at all lazy I am! For those of you who weren't around last year, let me give you some context. I absolutely love the Hitman games. Hitman 2 was close to my 2018 game of the year,… Continue reading Hitman 2: Lost in New York (Game Night!)
Here's an indie game I bet you don't remember. Evoland was never a grand indie gem. It didn't take the world by storm, like Shovel Knight or The Messenger. But I always had a nostalgic soft spot for it. And I believe I mentioned earlier this week that I've been on a trip through memory… Continue reading Evoland: A Good Idea Gone to Waste (Game Night!)