Good idea, Dad.
It’s been fun. I appreciate everyone who’s ever bothered to read my work. Unfortunately, I’m too busy and life’s too short. I can barely make time to play video games.
I’m sure I’ll be back when I have something to say. Until then, play the games that make you happy.
I have very fond memories of this game. And if those memories are correct, then this was the first game I ever rented from the video store.
As a child, my world was very small. I know I picked this game simply because I recognized – and loved – the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Continue reading Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles In Time
It’s completely understandable that we’re all collectively jumping for joy over the announcement of a remake of Final Fantasy VII; the game that got most of us into RPGs and arguably the best game ever.
However, the feeling I got from the trailer wasn’t one of mindless joy, but anxiety. Not crazy, hyperventilating anxiety – just an unsettling dread, that our constant yearning for a remake will result in a mess; retroactively ruining our favorite game.
Continue reading They’re Finally Remaking Final Fantasy VII
I wish I had more to say, but the truth is I haven’t had a whole lot of time for video games. It’s not that I haven’t tried, and I have been playing here and there, but nothing worth writing about.
Even so, I’ll give it a shot.
Continue reading Generic Update #2
The Orange Box was a compilation of games released in a single package by Valve in 2007. Three Half-Life games, the multi-player Team Fortress 2, and a quirky new game called Portal. It’s maybe two hours long, and centered around one gaming mechanic. Portal can barely be called a game.
People went fucking nuts for it.
Continue reading Portal
Okay, so this isn’t really a game review. It’s a review of a video of a game that never got made.
Here’s the thing: for all its faults; I fucking adore Alan Wake. There’s something about it that sticks with me in a manner similar to all those games that helped shape me when I was growing up.
Continue reading Alan Wake 2
The future of the Darksiders IP looked uncertain when Vigil’s parent company, THQ, fell to pieces. And while Darksiders was acquired by Nordic Games, they’ve also said “not to look for a Darksiders 3 for at least 5 years” or something.
Having just beaten both Darksiders games in the last nine months or so, it’s been on my mind. And despite my less-than-favorable review of Darksiders 2, I’m still looking forward to the next entry in the series.
Continue reading Darksiders 3 – Predictions