Monthly Archives: November 2017

You may need to clear some time in your holiday schedule.

I try not to get TOO hyperbolic about any particular game, because I know that being too much of a fanboy can be super annoying to, well, everyone. That said, I wanted to draw some special attention to the impending … Continue reading

Posted in ps3, Souls, videogames | 4 Comments

Insanity, Defined

There’s a popular quote, frequently attributed to Very Smart People (Albert Einstein is a favorite), that goes something like this: “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results” Now. I have … Continue reading

Posted in Switch, videogames | Leave a comment

Nights of Azure: A Girl and Her Demon Pals

I do a lot of playing games after the sequels have already been released, and Nights of Azure is no exception to this – it originally came out in March of 2016 and its sequel has been out for over … Continue reading

Posted in PS4, videogames | Leave a comment

ReCore: A Girl and Her Bots

I must start with a disclaimer: I have done a great many years of technical support in my time, and ReCore is a game in which you play, basically, a technical support engineer.  I am thus rather predisposed to speaking … Continue reading

Posted in videogames, Xbox One | 4 Comments

Taking Home The Bronze

I’m a bit of a comics nerd, though a lapsed one.  My favorite era is what’s called the Bronze Age, the years just before everything got grim and gritty.  It was a little more grounded than the comics of the … Continue reading

Posted in comics, movies & tv | Leave a comment

This is why I’m becoming more of a dirty console peasant

Woke up early this morning and decided to see if I could sneak in some gaming time without waking up my wife – and, since I have a really loud mechanical keyboard, that meant trying to find something in my … Continue reading

Posted in PC Gaming, videogames, visual novels | 2 Comments

Hell Girls: Not Just a Clever Name

No sugar coating here, I got my arse handed to me by a Match-3 game tonight. Specifically, Hell Girls, which is yet another budget title ($1.99) from SakuraGame.  Most of their games can be summed up as “It’s a <genre>, … Continue reading

Posted in PC Gaming, videogames | 3 Comments