A Plague Tale, Innocence:Teenagers vs the Inquisition. Also rats.

                I’ve known about this game for a bit but it wasn’t until watching Razorfist’s twitch play that made me want to try it out. It’s the story of a young French girl named Amicia who is trying to get her young brother, Hugo, to safety through the plagued lands of France, being chased byContinue reading “A Plague Tale, Innocence:Teenagers vs the Inquisition. Also rats.”

Greedfall: How Diversity Should be Done!

Greedfall is a game by Spiders that I had heard about a few times and was interested in trying out. The game is set in the exploration era of a world that’s not quite ours, but close. It looks like ours and has a lot of the same traits but is, of course, different. TheContinue reading “Greedfall: How Diversity Should be Done!”

Vampyr: Balancing Morals in 1917 London

Warning: This review contains minor spoilers of some side quests.                Vampyr is a game by DONTNOD, the creators of Life is Strange and Remember Me, where you play as, of course, a vampire in 1917 London during the Spanish Flu epidemic. You play a surgeon named Jonathon Reid who wakes up in a massContinue reading “Vampyr: Balancing Morals in 1917 London”

The Outer Worlds: Fallout in SPAAAACE

Warning: This review contains minor spoilers for several side quests.                 I’ve been looking forward to Obsidian’s The Outer Worlds since I learned about it earlier this year. I’m a huge fan of the classics Fallout 1 and 2 and I loved what Obsidian did with Fallout New Vegas. While I’m sad to see howContinue reading “The Outer Worlds: Fallout in SPAAAACE”

Introduction: How the System Works

I’ve been a gamer since I was 6 years old. I love gaming. But one thing I can’t stand in recent games is the “wokeness” that has been driving the narrative of many modern titles. For those that don’t know, Urban Dictionary describes being “woke” as “The act of being very pretentious about how muchContinue reading “Introduction: How the System Works”