Not Dead, Really!

It's been a while. How are you all doing? Still good? Still playing games? Good, I'm glad to hear it. Me? Oh, I've been around. Having an identity crisis, getting ridiculously busy with school, being sick. You know, the usual. I haven't written any reviews lately. Heck, I've barely had time to play any games.... Continue Reading →


Neverwinter – A Paladin’s Journey (Part 2)

Jibril is continuing on his quest to, erm, essentially do what people tell him to do. Not exactly a free-thinker, this guy. Someone comes along and is like, "Ah, Jibril, go to Blacklake and do some stuff for me," and the next thing I know, Jibril's in Blacklake. Um, yes, what I mean is that... Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] DemiKids Dark

Children can definitely prevent the apocalypse. The Shin Megami Tensei series is best known for its mature intellectual themes and its twisting of mythologies. Whether you've played SMT: Nocturne, SMT: Devil Survivor, or the popular Persona spinoff series, you know that what you're in for is a game that will make you rethink your perception... Continue Reading →

A Retro Retrospective

Not long ago, a local video game store had a huge sale on their retro games: buy one, get a 2nd for 50% off. There was no way I could pass up at least looking around (and between you and me, I walked out of there with more than a few new-to-me games). But what... Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] Fatal Frame

The start of the best survival horror series you've never played. More people have heard of Fatal Frame 2 than any other entry in the Fatal Frame series, and it's always struck me as a little bit strange that the first game in the series doesn't get as much attention. Yes, the sequel certainly has... Continue Reading →


Falling on my head like a memory. Rain's premise immediately caught my attention. An invisible protagonist who can only be seen as an outline when the rain pours down on him? This could go so many interesting places, and I was eager to see what the developers did with the concept. On the run from... Continue Reading →

[REVIEW] Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth

SMT meets .hack, and by damn, it works! Digimon is one of those enduring franchises. It's been around since the 90s, has reached people in many different forms, is often considered a cheap Pokemon ripoff, and it's still going strong today. I've been a fan of the franchise for years, really, almost back to its... Continue Reading →

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