Preview: Tales Of Arise (PS4)


Composer: Motoi SakurabaPlatforms: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Series S, Microsoft WindowsDevelopers: BANDAI NAMCO, BANDAI NAMCO StudiosPublishers: BANDAI NAMCO, Namco Bandai Games America Inc. In the world of videogames, when a game or franchise gets updated in one way or another, it can be a time to rejoice or criticize. […]

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Retro Gaming Club: River City Ransom, Super Valis IV, Wrecking Crew


Be sure to check out my previous entries in the Retro Gaming Club, where I write short preview posts on three retro games I played that month. Oftentimes I haven’t played them before. so it can be a fresh experience for me. I also want to highlight older games and give them a little spotlight […]

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Review: Fire Tonight (PC)


Initial release date: September 3, 2020 Developer: Reptoid Games Publisher: Way Down Deep Platforms: Nintendo Switch, Microsoft Windows, macOS, Macintosh operating systems Genres: Puzzle, Adventure game, Indie game Rating: E Thanks to PAX East and Reptoid Games for the review copy of Fire Tonight. Games that try new concepts intrigue me as a gamer, so […]

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Retro Gaming Club: Double Dragon II, The King of Fighters ’98 and E.D.F.


It has been quite a while since I did an update on the blog, including this Retro Gaming Club column. I have been very busy this summer with family, home projects, and picking up or organizing our home. There’s always a lot to do when your on vacation, but I’m glad for the downtime. Below […]

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A Time To Game And A Time To Move On


Time, as we all know, is a non-renewable resource. It is precious, fragile, and Biblically: our days are numbered. Ecclesiastes somberly reminds us that there is a time for everything. Healing, tearing down, building up, weeping, laughing, mourning, and the list goes on. This begs the question: how long should we spend on either a […]

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Preview: Hyrule Warriors – Age Of Calamity


If you have ever played Dynasty Warriors, you are aware that it practically created a new genre of gaming. It’s a fun style of gameplay where you play as various characters on one map, beating up hundreds and hundreds of enemies at once. I thought it would be overwhelming, but it’s a lot of fun. […]

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Cloud Strife And Dealing With Our Past


The long awaited Final Fantasy VII Remake was finally released in 2020. This has been a game that fans have wanted for decades, and I’m so glad it was completed. I had the privilege of playing through it all and I have to say, it’s my game of the year for 2020! It reminded me […]

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Persona 5 Royal: Exploring The Mysterious Museum


Hello, Reader! How have you been since last week? Hope you’re ready for more weirdness as I continue to tell you about my experience playing Persona 5 Royal. This week I went into Mementos for the bulk of my session. First, I need to cover some stuff I missed last week. I neglected to mention […]

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Gamer Goals: Overcoming The Backlog


I have the same problem as you do. Some gamers don’t want to talk about it, but I think it’s healthy to do so. We don’t like to look at it, but every time we turn on our consoles, there it is. You can’t run away from it. It stares us down and tells us […]

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Persona 5 Royal: Two Worlds, One Strange Game


The following is a guest post from Andrew, who reached out to me on Twitter about contributing to the blog. I’m looking forward to his series of posts on Persona 5 which I hope you all enjoy. It’s his first run through of the game, so he will be sharing his thoughts on it as […]

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