The Shopkeeper: A Buck Short of a Complete Game

The Shopkeeper is described as a point-and-click narrative game set in a space between the Twilight Zone, classic LucasArts adventures, and Antiques Roadshow. In reality, it is none of those. It is a an extremely short and disjointed narrative … [Continue reading]

Looking Back on Day of Defeat

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Me and my brother are sitting side by side, in front of our own two laptops, visibly shaken, angry, and confused. I was close to tears. We were in our early teens and two close friends of ours had just ended their friendship with us over a videogame. … [Continue reading]

The Cat Lady: What A Game Can Teach Us About Hope and Depression

I know a few cat ladies but none of them are immortal super heroes like the one in The Cat Lady, a gory, psychological horror adventure game that attempts to take you on a roller coaster of emotion by emphasizing on story. The game is a fairly new … [Continue reading]

HuniePop: A Review

It would be a lie if I said that the prospect of seeing some cartoon titties didn't pique my interest, but what actually got me to play the game was the praise for the writing of the characters and the challenging match 3 game that is a big part of … [Continue reading]

Circuits: A Game Review

As a teenager, I tried my best to describe how amazing I found trance and house music to my brother who thought it all sounded the same. Most people do because, well, untz untz untz tish untz untz untz tish. I remember one night when we were sitting … [Continue reading]