Tech support will not email me back. I am beginning to lose sight of the real world. Every other hobby of mine has fallen by the wayside, and the thought that other video games exist does not cross my mind in the moment to moment of Life: a mysterious indie game developed by the equally… Continue reading Life, A Review Part 4: Expansion
6I received several angry emails about my recent Life Review–some of them death threats–and I cannot let them go unseen. They’re too strange, and if anything were to happen to me, an explination deserves to exist for those who care, even though I do not believe, after everything I’ve done in the wake of this… Continue reading Life, A Review Part 3. “A Puppet Will Burn.” Sequence Break.
My review went up a couple days ago of the 90’s FPS Quake II. It was a great game that I was able to burn through quite quickly, and as such I burned through writing about it such that I missed some key notes I wanted to talk about. For starters, this game has you… Continue reading On Quake II
Quake II was more known for its contribution to the online multiplayer scene. I never played its version of death match, though I’ve definitely played Quake 3 and Unreal Tournament, so you could call me an expert. It was fun multiplayer. But today I finished the single player campaign. I originally owned the game… Continue reading (PC) Quake II Review
This is, as the title suggests, a continuation of a prior piece. If you haven’t yet read part 1, you can do so at this link. So first version was erased, and a second was downloaded. I checked to make sure, and no matter what I could not revert to that last version. I couldn’t… Continue reading Life, A Review Part 2: Shadows
We’re almost there! The greatest month of the year! I love October. I get to go outside and feel comfortable. There’s candy everywhere. And EVERYBODY is trying to spook me! Spook spook. I’m beginning an episodic story I call Life. It’s not a story it’s a review of a video game you will never get… Continue reading September Garbage!
Life was a PC game sent to me for review by a company called Deity. They contacted me via email to review this never-before-seen near-launch video game. I thought this was strange to say the least. I’m a relatively unknown persona on the Internet, especially in regards to my blog, so that they would choose… Continue reading Life, A Review Part One: Shapes.
One Strike is a minimalistic fighting game developed by Retro Reactor for Steam in 2017. It was ported to Nintendo Switch in 2018, which is the version I’m playing now. One Strike doesn’t feature combos, or complex commands for special moves. With six characters to choose from, you block, attack, and dodge. The game doesn’t… Continue reading One Strike. “Party Slasher.” A Review.
The 90s. Everyone who played video games in the 90s played Tony Hawk Pro Skater, and I’m willing to bet most people around my age played it without having been heavily into video games. It was one of those cultural touchstones that new dads go to youtube for, leaving cringy comments in videos of Superman… Continue reading Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater (N64)
It’s the middle of a week long vacation and I’m drinking coffee at midnight because I don’t want this moment to end. So I thought HELL–why not write about what’s on my mind? Welcome to midnight coffee, an off the head approach to gaming news and the other bullshit going on in my life. How… Continue reading Midnight Coffee, August 16th