Friday! Video games! Let's talk! Not a lot of gaming time for me this week, but I did manage to click my way through the first chapter of the PC adventure game The Journey Down and even got a review up. Since last week's wrap-up post, I also finished up Thimbleweed Park on PS4 (which was … Continue reading It’s the Freakin’ Weekend! So What are You Playing?
The Journey Down: Chapter One Developer: Skygoblin Publisher: Skygoblin Available on: Steam (reviewed), iOS Price: $8.99 USD Beginning life as a free pixely adventure game in 2010, the folks at Skygoblin gave the Caribbean noir tale a Grim Fandango-inspired face-lift and episodically released its contents as a trilogy on Steam and iOS platforms over the … Continue reading [REVIEW] The Journey Down: Chapter One
Thimbleweed Park Developer: Terrible Toybox Publisher: Terrible Toybox Available on: PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC, Linux, Mac via Steam & Mac App Store, Android (coming Oct. 7th), iOS Price: $19.99 USD Those of you who grew up gaming during the point-and-click adventure boom in the 80s and 90s likely have fond memories of … Continue reading [REVIEW] Thimbleweed Park
Friday! Video games! Let's talk! All of my classes this semester, unfortunately, have due dates during the weekend. So unless I manage to cram everything out during the week, I don't have a lot of time for gaming until Monday rolls back around. That didn't happen this week, but I definitely plan on making the … Continue reading It’s the Freakin’ Weekend! So What are You Playing?
Friday! Video games! Let's talk! After about 5 or 6 hours with Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, fatigue began to set it. I was enjoying the combat, being a diet XCOM of sorts, but nothing else felt very rewarding. Exploring nooks and crannies typically awarded concept art and other uninteresting things to view in the … Continue reading It’s the Freakin’ Weekend! So What are You Playing?
Friday! Video games! Let's talk! It's week three of the fall semester and I'm finally starting to get into the swing of things, which means better time management for video games and stuff. Kooloo-Limpah, my dudes! Since last week's post, I've finally managed to complete Horizon: Zero Dawn on PS4. I've been chipping away at … Continue reading It’s the Freakin’ Weekend! So What are You Playing?
*This review will likely contain plot spoilers for the original Syberia, which I've already reviewed here. If you'd like to play the first two games on your own, you can pick them up as a bundle on Steam for $2.99 during the Summer Sale until July 5th. Of course, if you'd rather watch the story … Continue reading [REVIEW] Syberia 2 Brings Closure to an Incredible Adventure
As of this posting, I'm currently sitting at 28 games completed for 2017 -- far more than I anticipated. I started off the year committed to chipping away at my backlog, and outside of a handful of new releases and reviews, I've done just that. Go me. With June coming to a close, I wanted … Continue reading A Mid-Year Backlog Update
As someone who never had a PC that was capable of running anything other than World of Warcraft on the lowest setting until 2010, I was mostly oblivious to the point-and-click adventure genre. Over time, I made friends who were heavily into games like Indiana Jones, Leisure Suit Larry, and Police Quest, but I've just always been … Continue reading [REVIEW] Adventuring to Syberia 15 Years Late
Friday! Video games! Let's talk! I just finished an insanely busy week of school-related stuff, so I haven't had time to play much of anything. I've mainly been jumping into the occasional Overwatch match in hopes of securing a few of the new Uprising event skins and poses. Sadly, I haven't had much luck. Things … Continue reading It’s the Freakin’ Weekend! So What are You Playing?