In this year’s E3 Nintendo Treehouse, Pokemon producer Junichi Masuda revealed a controversial feature of the upcoming Sword and Shield games; that is, not all of the previous Pokemon will be brought over to the new games. While a lot of speculation has surfaced from this statement, particularly about the possibility that some Pokemon will … Continue reading Pokemon: The Implications of Fading out a National Dex
Despite what I said in my original piece on Spelunky, I don't think the game is objectively perfect. It's perfect for me, because it contains all aspects that I enjoy when playing video games. But to ignore the less developed aspects would be wrong of me. The main issue players have with Spelunky is the … Continue reading Can Spelunky 2 Improve on the Original?
Recently there's been an issue in gaming that's been embodied by one phrase "We've made the Dark Souls of…” It's been used by many gaming developers to incite interest in games they believe are very difficult. However, it also implies that the only contemporary games of notable difficulty are part of the dark soul series, … Continue reading Titan Souls: NOT Dark Souls
One of the reasons I started this blog was so I could talk about creations that I loved, but weren’t getting the amount of attention they deserve. This could include comics, books, animations, or, as I'll be discussing today, games. The second I bought this game I was filled with creative energy, the type of … Continue reading No Thing: A Gaming Treasure
Frog Fractions Developer: Twinbeard Studios Release date: October 24, 2012 Platform: Computer (Flash) ** Warning: Spoilers may be present in this review. If you haven’t played this 6 year old browser game yet, I suggest you do. It takes less than an hour to beat the game, but will have you thinking for days. Frog … Continue reading Frog Fractions Review