Let’s Talk About ‘Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water’ – Beautiful Horror with Haunting Nostalgia

Anyone in the English-speaking world who has played the Fatal Frame/Project Zero series knows that the series has a high standard bar- the second game is one of the most well-regarded horror games on the Playstation 2 and, to plenty of people, the genre as a whole. The first and third aren’t too far behind. … Continue reading Let’s Talk About ‘Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water’ – Beautiful Horror with Haunting Nostalgia

WEEKEND GAMING: Finally Scoring an Xbox Series X, Upgrading My TV, First-Person Parkour, Alchemy, and Spooky Spookies!

Another weekend is steadily approaching, so let's get into my upcoming plans. Firstly, and most importantly, I FINALLY scored an Xbox Series X after struggling to do so for the last 10 months. As someone who has primarily been an Xbox guy since the original console (camping out at a Meijer for 8 hours on … Continue reading WEEKEND GAMING: Finally Scoring an Xbox Series X, Upgrading My TV, First-Person Parkour, Alchemy, and Spooky Spookies!

What I Played in September

Fall is upon us and my personal favorite month of October begins tomorrow, so let's wrap-up everything I played through the month of September. Full credit for this type of post goes to my Twitter buddy Brad Gallaway, who has been doing this over at Game Critics for as long as I can remember. In … Continue reading What I Played in September

Let’s Talk About ‘Dark Devotion’ – A Competent 2D Roguelite That Lives and Dies by its Gameplay Loop

https://youtu.be/hNDMENrmvH8 Dark Souls-inspired indie games are a dime a dozen nowadays so it really takes something special for them to stand out. The one I'm playing currently is Hibernian Workshop's Dark Devotion, which I just picked up on PlayStation during their recent sale for about $8 and I'm having a blast with, despite being shit … Continue reading Let’s Talk About ‘Dark Devotion’ – A Competent 2D Roguelite That Lives and Dies by its Gameplay Loop

[LATE TO THE PARTY] ‘The Council’ is a Wonderfully Janky Gothic Adventure

Back when episodic adventure games were all the rage, mostly thanks to the success of Telltale's offerings and darlings like Life is Strange, developer Big Bad Wolves released the choose-your-own-adventure gothic-as-hell detective game The Council. The first of five episodes released in March of 2018 and blew me away with its unique focus on RPG … Continue reading [LATE TO THE PARTY] ‘The Council’ is a Wonderfully Janky Gothic Adventure