“Be careful, snails are vegetarians” Wait why would you- *looks at Turnip Boy* Oh yah, I’m a turnip =P
Who likes to do taxes amiright? Well, except the weird few outliers that actually do look forward to doing their taxes. Well, if you’ve read the title of this game, you can already tell where this is going. It turns out that out Turnip Boy, who we’ll be playing as throughout the game, has been avoiding doing his taxes… or…
Time to get my pong on
Released: March 12, 2019
Available on: Steam/Switch/Mobile
Genre: Rhythm Sport
Publisher: Kalvarez A. Party
Ah ping pong. While I’m not able to play it anymore, at least in real life, I enjoyed it. I was a kid that was in an after school program before a big move, and in middle school we were all in this huge room (and I’m not talking about the cafeteria, that’s elementary school). It had some consoles on one wall, with everywhere else empty for anything you wanted to do and a ping pong table that…
If you would have ASKED NICELY I would have given you some blood.
This will contain spoilers, so if you’re planning on playing the demos on May 1st or want to go into Resident Evil Village without playing the demos, proceed with caution.
So last week we had the Castle Demo (you can check out my impressions here) where we got to play the beginning of the game that takes place at, well, the village that Ethan will be going to. While we didn’t see the set up, though we can piece it together based on the trailer footage we…
Another year, another LudoNarraCon. Come check it out before it ends on April 26!
It’s that time of year again and LudoNarraCon has returned! The things that happen the one time you decide to sleep in eh? LudoNarraCon, organized by Fellow Traveler, focuses on showcasing narrative video games both released and upcoming that gamers might not have heard before. While giving those that have been looking forward to certain games some behind the scenes content from developers participating. …
A splash of Wizard of Oz, a blop of Red Riding Hood, and a dash of some southern accents
Released: April 8, 2021
Available on: Steam
Genre: Puzzle Adventure
Developer: Devespresso Games
Publisher: Headup, WhisperGames
Review copy provided by developers
While I have only played one game from Devespresso Games, I have been drawn to their games ever since I played The Coma: Cutting Class which absolutely terrified me at the time. Ever since then, I kept my eye on any of their releases and picked them up even though I didn’t end up playing them right away (which, I…
Oh Ethan, what did you get yourself into this time.
This will contain spoilers, so if you’re intending on playing the demo on May 1st, proceed with caution.
With the Maiden demo only for those lucky enough to buy a PS5, those of us with PS4s (and on May 1st, all the other platforms) finally have a demo to try out, but only available for 8 hours. This first part of the demo, called Village Demo, puts us at the beginning sometime after the establishing prologue where we already know would include Ethan and Mia moving here, Chris barging in…
Just take all of my money
It’s time for another Indie World Showcase where we can see indie games planning to make their way onto the Switch. And hopefully, we get a release date to go along with it. As always, here is the full livestream and a recap off all the games that were announced:
This one certainly had an interesting trailer. This is a procedural narrative game inspired by 90s road trip movies. You’ll be playing as different teenagers hitting the road where you’ll be meeting different characters where you can learn their backstory, ones that will…
Checking out Resident Evil 4’s Separate Ways, Assignment Ada, and Mercenaries.
So it’s time for my Resident Evil 4 follow up! At the end of the month, I posted my review for Resident Evil 4 for #MaybeinMarch and mentioned that I’ll be returning to it to talk about the extra content that unlocks after you finish the game once. And well, here it is! This will obviously contain spoilers.
Making the workplace a better place, one NO at a time.
I’m sure I’m not the only one that just has a terrible time saying “No” or any other versions of “No”. I just don’t like making people upset or them making me feel bad. I’m getting a tad better at it, and doing it through a screen does help, but I can’t help but be anxious and just hover over the send button and needing to walk…
Don’t tell scout leader, I picked up an alligator! *Holds it up*
To be honest, I haven’t really played that many hidden object games. I’ve played a couple, but not that many. And that’s including Where’s Waldo (come on, who hasn’t tried a Where’s Waldo). Well, it looks like that’s changing soon and it’s starting with Wind Peaks. And, by just one look, you can probably tell I was drawn to it by it’s art style.