My review of Rainswept from Frostwood Interactive!
My plan for 2019 and onwards is to review as many books and games as possible on my website because I enjoy helping others make purchasing decisions and also enjoy being able to look back at my own interests and how they evolve over time. Before I start […]
Release Date: October 24, 2014 Price: $14.99 Purchase here! (Affiliate link via Humble Bundle) I recently completed my first impressions of a number of roguelike titles in another post, and while there were a total of six games that caught my interest, there was something about Sproggiwood, in particular, that […]
Title: The Magicians Author: Lev Grossman Release Date: 2009 Book Description: NOW A MAJOR TV SERIES In a secret world of forbidden knowledge, power comes at a terrible price … Quentin Coldwater’s life is changed forever by an apparently chance encounter: when he turns up for his entrance interview […]
A review of The Sleeping Bug by M.J. Brolly.
I played Danganronpa earlier this year and it changed my life. Well, life may be too dramatic, but it definitely did introduce me to visual novels, a genre I likely would have otherwise ignored forever. Given that I love to read, skipping out on the visual novel genre for […]
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 […]
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. […]
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 […]
Last month’s Humble Monthly bundle was a bit of a disappointment, to say the least. At the end of the year, I plan on wrapping up how many games from my monthly bundles I actually played, so I can’t afford to have another bad bundle if I want […]