Release Date: January 30, 2017 (Originally February 23, 2006) Price: $19.99 I love to level grind in every RPG I play. Even if the game isn't that difficult and I could play straight through it, I just get a rush from being able to stomp all over everything by being a higher level than my opponents. … Continue reading Disgaea 2 Review
For those of us in the United States, Thanksgiving is upon us. In an attempt to put a gaming spin on the holiday, I thought I would write about ten games that I am thankful for in some way. These are not necessarily my favorite games, but they are games I have strong memories attached … Continue reading Ten Games I am Thankful For
Release Date: November 13, 2018 Price: $39.99 I am a huge fan of the Tropico series, so when I had an opportunity to get a review code from Kalypso for Project Highrise: Architect's Edition, I knew I couldn't pass up the opportunity to see what else the publisher has to offer. Tycoon-style games are a personal favorite of … Continue reading Project Highrise: Architect’s Edition Review
So, as many have probably already read, Sony is skipping the E3 gaming conference in 2019, which has led to a ton of speculation across the internet. People were shocked, and rightfully so, as E3 is arguably the biggest gaming conference held annually. Since everyone else is chiming in, I wanted to write my own … Continue reading E3: What Does Sony Skipping 2019 Mean?
According to a Polygon article, 7,672 games were released on Steam in 2017. As gamers, having this much choice in the games we play is a dream come true. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the developers, who may put their heart and soul into years of development, only for no one to ultimately even glance at … Continue reading Owl Watch and Giving Time to Small Games in a Big Market
For those who don't know, the wonderful Later Levels blog does a monthly question from a featured blogger. This month, the featured blogger is Sheikah Plate, and her question to the blogging community is as follows: "If you could only play one game for the rest of your life, what would it be and why? … Continue reading November QOTM: What Game Would I Play Forever?
Normally, I'm not ashamed of my video game backlog. Sure, I have an impossible number of games to play, but that just means that I am never bored. Still, I recently did an inventory of how many games I own on How Long to Beat, and it turns out I have about 1,800 games backlogged across … Continue reading Blog Updates: The End of the Year Backlog Clear!