Wanna know what's better than partying up with your friends? Partying with your friends on the bridge of a starship that's what. Star Trek Bridge Crew allows you and four of your friends to take the helm of a federation starship and complete a variety of randomized missions. Each player takes control of a different… Continue reading Star Trek Bridge Crew: The Most Under Appreciated Coop Game Of The Generation
Trying something new is one of those things that people either love or hate. I am one of those people who love it. I was recently encouraged by my husband to try playing a fighting game, and if you know me, fighting games are probably my least favorite game genre. It's not that I hate… Continue reading Fighting Games: Love Them or Hate Them?
We've all heard it before. People shocked that we play video games at our age for hours of a time. People comment that your recreational room is decorated with Funko figures and a poster of a Brotherhood of Steel recruitment propaganda. I'm here to tell you that all of that is OKAY. We're adults, what… Continue reading You’re An Adult Geek And That’s OKAY
The end of the year coming closer and the release of the PlayStation 5 is just around the corner. One game I’m waiting for for anxiously is the new Rachet and Clank Rift Apart. With a new title in the franchise, and not having played a Rachet and Clank since I was young, I ran… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Rachet and Clank
Last week, Sony and Guerilla Games announced that Horizon Forbidden West (the sequel to Horizon Zero Dawn) will be released for the PS5 sometime in 2021. The announcement trailer didn’t have a ton of hints about what the game will contain apart from more machines, more world, and more apocalypse, but there’s only so much… Continue reading A Few Hopes for Horizon Forbidden West
Happy Wednesday, y'all! Ready to talk about a retro favorite? On today's Cult Classic Throwback, we are going to talk about a real favorite among many far and wide - id Software's Doom. For some of you too young to know, or those who just need a brief refresher, Doom was released in late 1993… Continue reading Cult Classic Throwback: Doom
Like most adult gamers of today I grew up strictly singleplayer. During the early and mid 2000s, singleplayer games were all we had! Of course with the few exceptions of split screen, we were just used to a good solo experience. It was enjoyable. There was no stress to be the best, because the only… Continue reading To PvE or PvP?
I know, this is supposed to be a conclusion on Oceanhorn, but I unfortunately haven’t finished it yet for a few various reasons. One being my competition fatigue debuff has expired, which led to Jericoh101, Lady McCool and myself to hop back into Hunt: Showdown. In lieu of that, I thought I’d take a minute… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Super Mario Sunshine!
If I’ve done my math right, by the time this is published there should be a little over three days left for you get 1637 games for five dollars. Not five dollars each. Five dollars. Right now, itch.io is offering a Bundle for Racial Justice and Equality, with half of the proceeds going to NAACP… Continue reading Three Games (Plus 1634 More)
Sid Meier's Civilization franchise is the grand daddy of all strategy games. It's easy to see how such a legendary franchise is able to stay at the top after 20 plus years of development. Civilization has been a influential figure on most modern 4x strategy games from Stelaris to Age Of Wonders. So what is… Continue reading Civilization 6: An Experience Not A Game