NORTH Developer: Outlands Publisher: Sometimes You Reviewed on: Nintendo Switch Release date: March 6, 2018 Price: $2.99 USD ($1.99 on Steam, "pay what you want" on itch.io) Bite-sized Reviews differ from our more traditional, full-length reviews in that they’re restricted to smaller titles and, as the name implies, trims the fat in favor of getting straight … Continue reading [BITE-SIZED REVIEW] ‘NORTH’ Goes South Rather Quickly
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First update of 2015 knocks the cobwebs off my REVIEWS page
With this blog being largely forgotten about (sorry!), I've decided to approach it as more of a personal thing. I've gone ahead and updated my REVIEWS page to list every single review I've written over the last year at What's Your Tag?, mainly as a portfolio of sorts, I suppose. They're all listed from newest … Continue reading First update of 2015 knocks the cobwebs off my REVIEWS page
Project Diva GOTY? My Buddy OnlyElisha Thinks So.
We like to jab back and forth about what bad games the other person likes to play, so this was pretty fitting to our GOTY conversation. You can check out more of his artwork through his DeviantArt account. He also has a comic posted every other month or so through Twelve Gates Manga, so give … Continue reading Project Diva GOTY? My Buddy OnlyElisha Thinks So.
Cheap Boss Attack’s 2013 Game of the Year Awards!
Another year has almost passed us by, and what better way to celebrate than by throwing my "best of" list in the piles of posts and videos that you're probably sick of by now. Still, even if I'm late to the game, I still like to share my lists each year. In 2012, I was … Continue reading Cheap Boss Attack’s 2013 Game of the Year Awards!
REVIEW: Gone Home
If you're an adult and you've ever lived on your own before, you probably know that feeling you get when you come back to visit your family and see that life has moved along without you. Your siblings have grown up, your parents' relationship may be different, or maybe things just aren't how you remember them. I moved … Continue reading REVIEW: Gone Home
REVIEW – Tomb Raider (PS3/Xbox 360)
Version played: PS3 Played for: 12 hours, finishing the campaign at 79% collectables. No multiplayer. With many of the official gaming sites and bloggers setting up their Game of the Year 2013 lists, one game seemed to be on their lists that I still had yet to play through until recently - the reboot of … Continue reading REVIEW – Tomb Raider (PS3/Xbox 360)
REVIEW – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Dawnguard DLC (Xbox 360)
Played On: Xbox 360 Played For: ~25 hours to finish the new content. DLC Cost: $19.99 or 1600 MSPPlaying Dawnguard for the first time was a bittersweet experience, as I originally played (and reviewed) the Playstation 3 version of Skyrim.. and we all know how that one turned out. I invested around 200 hours in … Continue reading REVIEW – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Dawnguard DLC (Xbox 360)
EGM Daily title slightly misleading, Forza 5 requires FREE day-one DLC update.
The wording is correct, but misleading as most people associate DLC with something we have to pay for. In all actuality, the "day one DLC" is a free update required to play the game when you first boot it up. You know, like those day one patches most of our games have the day we … Continue reading EGM Daily title slightly misleading, Forza 5 requires FREE day-one DLC update.
Can Nintendo salvage the Wii U before the PS4 & Xbox One release later this year?
Not a day goes by where I check my feed and see countless posts about how the Wii U is selling poorly or losing the support of yet another third party developer. It seems the internet has already given up on the Wii U, but the diehard fan is still holding on for the light … Continue reading Can Nintendo salvage the Wii U before the PS4 & Xbox One release later this year?
REVIEW: Limbo – A strong argument for video games as an art form, or hipster indie garbage?
Played on: Xbox 360 Played for: About 4 or 5 hours to finish up the storyline and nab a few hidden eggs. Limbo is the first game released by Danish developer Playdead and made its debut on the Xbox 360 back in July of 2010. It's now three years later and I finally decided to … Continue reading REVIEW: Limbo – A strong argument for video games as an art form, or hipster indie garbage?