Open world rpgs are among my favorite type of video games, and when I first read rumors that the next Assassin’s Creed game would be centered in Egypt, I could … Continue reading Assassin’s Creed Origins (PS4)
Amidst teaching and graduate classes, I managed to get a few hours of gaming time in these last two weeks. I finally gave in and bought Mario + Rabbids Kingdom … Continue reading State of Play: Sept. 9, 2017
Back in April, I purchased Persona 5—my entry into the franchise. I was excited about trying out the game for several reasons, including it being a JRPG, and was not … Continue reading Persona 5: The Journey Continues
For half of February and most of March, I spent a lot of my time, when at home, monitoring one of my pets who developed a serious condition. Being holed … Continue reading My Console Conversion (not really, but…)
I lived here until I was eleven but I wasn’t allowed inside half the rooms.
While in Illinois this past weekend, I had the opportunity to spend a few hours with the PlayStation VR. I’m fortunate to have a good friend who is on the … Continue reading PlayStation VR: My Experience
Have you ever read a book or watched a movie and wished you could know more about that one character kept in the shadows or spend a little more time … Continue reading The Side Quest & Random Encounters: Agency in Video Games
With the release of Persona 5, some players have taken issue with Atlus’ heavy handed approach to preventing spoilers. Atlus released a statement on 4/4/17 outlining a hard block of … Continue reading Persona 5: Sharing isn’t Caring?
After hearing all the hype for Persona 5, I was finding it hard to resist a purchase. I was unsuccessful in finding the game locally, apparently it’s popular or something, and … Continue reading Persona 5: Initial Thoughts
After 58 hours, I have completed Bioware’s much anticipated Mass Effect: Andromeda. ME: A is a vast, open-world RPG that offers ample opportunity for exploration, solid combat, crafting, and an overall fun … Continue reading Mass Effect: Andromeda
The Witness was both an infuriating and relaxing experience for me (mostly the former). It has been touted as a masterpiece and a revolutionary video game. While I offer some … Continue reading The Witness: Motivation and Purpose
(May 2015)My favorite game of 2015 was The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (W3), and it won my soul by a landslide. The game does so much well that the few … Continue reading The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt