Impressions: Maneater

So I want to be fully honest from the get-go with this Impression, I have not completed the game, and I tend to avoid doing Impressions of games until I have. My reasoning for not having finished it yet will become evident as the piece unfold so bear with me. Maneater is a recent “action […]

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Impressions: Revisiting Mass Effect

2007 gave us the first in what ended up being one of the most popular trilogies of games for the last generation of consoles, Mass Effect. The game introduced players to Shepard and their fight against the Reapers, a race of machines that harvest all organic life in the galaxy in a continuing cycle. Since […]

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Worth the Grind: Goosebumps

Goosebumps is a point and click adventure game that released with the movie from that year. It follows the same premise, the creatures from the books are out in the real world, but as more of a prequel of sorts to the movie (not precisely but the closest I can think of). Yes, it is […]

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Impressions: Untitled Goose Game

Untitled Goose Game, or “I’m a big butthead simulator” is an indie game that came out late last year. A lot of gamers already know it, especially as it managed to snag game of the year for some gaming awards despite being up against some heavy hitters. For those not in the know, you play […]

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Impressions: Animal Crossing New Horizons

Because Animal Crossing is the type of game that develops over time, I know that these early Impressions won’t cover everything the game has to offer. But between my knowledge (general) of the series overall and my experience with the game here we go… My first Animal Crossing was Wild World for the DS. I […]

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Impressions: Late Shift

Late Shift is an FMV (full motion video) game from publishers Wales Interactive. Like many games in the same vein, you are presented with the main story and must make choices for your character, which then determine the outcome of the story. For Late Shift, you are playing a night security guard who gets roped […]

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Mini Impressions: Lucius

So I am going to give the bottom line right here, right now. The game has several game-breaking bugs. No matter how good it is, that is a mark against it that cannot be overcome. So bottom line is, buyer beware. Lucius is, without mincing words, The Omen the video game. In it, you play […]

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Worth the Grind: Disneyland Adventures

Yes, I am actually going to comment on whether or not it’s worth grinding what most will probably see as a laughable game to even attempt. I started Disneyland Adventures because it was a free game on GamePass, and it just so happened to have a few easy pops for a True Achievements community contest. […]

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2019 Highlights

It is the end of another year, shockingly, and so I thought I would share some of my personal favorites from this year. I did miss a few movies, games, and books that I feel I would have enjoyed, but I did get around to some great ones. As with last year, I thought I […]

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Favorite Winter Levels in Games

It’s the winter holiday season, and I thought I would take a moment to highlight some of the games over the years that have either featured exceptional winter/snowy levels or are just winter/snowy games themselves. As always, this is personal favorites so if you notice some “missing” I maybe didn’t enjoy it enough, it got […]

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