Ha ha! I’m an overachiever. Freditor was shocked I managed to review a game for him and called me unreliable last night, and while I won’t disagree, screw that guy. If you only read one of these game reviews, ignore him, make it this one. If you only buy one game this year, make it … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Hatoful Boyfriend
Wolp, I could have probably told him that playing that many games at once would make him want to die, but nobody ever listens to me anyway. Freditor’s burnt himself out so while he recuperates on the sofa with a gross eggnog IV I shall commandeer this festive ship and steer it straight into the … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Layers of Fear
Whoah! It’s that time again! I swore I’d have this done by December this year so as to actually give you time to peruse and perhaps purchase some of the items on this list. (HINDSIGHT: hahaha) Actually, that’s more calendar politeness than anything if we’re being honest. Considering our community centre turned into a dole … Continue reading 6 Christmas Gifts for Artists, Designers, and Tech Enthusiasts
Vladimir Stankovic is a traditional illustrator and the majority of his projects take inspiration from an already established theme.
Myrick’s work may be simple in its design, but I think he’s hitting all the right prompts here. It’s bright, it’s colourful and it relies on neat style rather than flashy techniques.
Sunset is a game so realistically depressing that I had to Google to see if the setting of Anchuria was a real place. Fred asked me to review the Tale-of-Tales game, Sunset. I tried to refuse but he did that friendship guilt thing, “Do it for me, buddy. You don’t even have to post it … Continue reading Introducing the Gamvel ( Game + Novel ) – Sunset
You know, I’m finding it really hard to decide why Samuel Robertson’s art interests me. It’s not my thing, it’s not my style, and yet for some reason I couldn’t bring myself to pass it by. When I browse his work I’m torn between hating and liking his illustrations without understanding what it is that … Continue reading The Surreal Studies of Illustrator Samuel Robertson