Tag: gaming

Wargroove

Nintendo Indie Direct Wrap-Up

Many people have probably figured this out by now, but I love indie games.  Probably two-thirds or more of what I play in a year are titles made by small studios because they come up with ideas that are so much more inventive than a lot of what […]

Sproggiwood

Sproggiwood Review

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 […]

Danganronpa

Media Hangovers: How to Overcome

Everyone who consumes some form of media, whether it’s games, books, or otherwise, has likely experienced a slump at some point, or as I prefer to call it, a media hangover.  Picture this:  After hours of plowing through a TV show, book, or video game, you reach the […]

Mass Effect Andromeda

A Recipe For an Open World Game

Open world games are everywhere these days.  They span across all genres and chances are high that most gamers have played at least one this year.  Since these games are so common in today’s gaming landscape, there are a number of examples of open worlds done masterfully, as […]

Spin-Off Games I Wish Existed

Everyone is talking about what games may or may not get revealed at The Game Awards this year.  There are rumors floating about from potential Bioshock continuations to what exactly Obsidian’s next game will be, or whether Obsidian might even be working on a Bioshock continuation.  I love speculation and want to […]