Point and Click adventure games are not where I got my start in video-gaming. I started as a console game with the Atari and continued that trend till I was a teenager when my parents gifted me with a Sony Vaio desktop. Since I wasn’t rich, I pretty much bought every $5 game ever from … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Hero of the Kingdom
“I will not be summed, divided, or thresholded. I defy your calculations” – Fred Tezuka I want to start by saying that this is the first time I have ever been so enamored with a game that I legitimately played it on my phone and repeatedly walked into people and objects because I couldn’t put … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Choice of Robots
What would happen if you mixed Around the World in 80 Days, any Rudyard Kipling Book, and generic English faffery? You would get The Curious Expedition – a beautiful, pixel-art game which combines rogue elements, strategy, turn-based playing, and top-down exploration maps to create a unique experience where (like in real life) everything is either … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: The Curious Expedition
Besiege is a lot of things but one of the last phrases that comes to mind when trying to describe it is “a game”. Spiderling Games, the creator, describe Besiege as: “a physics based building game in which you construct medieval siege engines and lay waste to immense fortresses and peaceful hamlets. Build a machine … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Besiege Spotlight
In the spirit of our favorite consumer driven Holiday, I have decided to spend the 12 days leading up to Christmas playing one video game a day and then reviewing it. Obviously none of these games will be taken to completion so all thoughts are initial impressions but I hope they can give you some … Continue reading 12 Days of Video Game Reviews: Back To Bed Spotlight
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
EDDA is Viking Hall poetry slam simulator. Your character stands in a hall on one side of a long table and on the other stands your opponent preparing for their stanza slugfest. Your opponent will give off four randomly generated lines.