Top 5 Indie Wish List Games

Having gaming as a hobby always means that there is so little time to experience all the games you want to play. Not to mention that gaming can be expensive. Due to that, there are plenty of indie games on my Nintendo eShop wish list that are waiting for me to buy and download. Below, […]

Stardew Valley’s Longevity

When it comes to simulation games, how far do you get in the game before inevitably starting over? Business simulators tend to have some sort of goal or endpoint, even if the game is able to be played past that endpoint. Game Dev Tycoon, for example, tallies your score traditionally at the end of 35 […]

Ace in Space (Video Game Review)

Title: Ace in Space Publisher: Cadaver Carnival Studios Developer: Cadaver Carnival Studios Platform: PC Category: Dating simulator/visual novel Release Date: February 14, 2020 How we got the game: Bought it via Steam Ace in Space has been on my radar since I first heard about it in the tail-end of 2019. While there have been a few canon asexual characters in video […]

New TMNT Game: Shredder’s Revenge

Last week, it was brought to light that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are getting a new game. Allow me to gush about it for a few minutes. One of the most well-received Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games is Turtles in Time, originally an arcade and Super Nintendo game. A classic beat-’em-up style game, Turtles […]

The Making of a Great Console

For today’s post, I was taking a look at the video games exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. Since the Nintendo Switch console is now four years old and was one of the best-selling consoles — including the Switch Lite version — of 2020. Indeed, the PS5 and Xbox Series X may not be able to […]

Remembering The Nintendo 3DS Streetpass

The Nintendo Switch’s main gimmick is its ability to “switch” between handheld and docked mode. It allows players to experience video games on their bigger television screens or on the go. Considering the portability of the Switch was such a big selling point, it made business sense for Nintendo to produce the handheld-only Switch Lites. […]

Top 5 Nintendo Direct Announcements

The Nintendo Direct on February 17th was, in my opinion, decent. Were there announcements that I wished to see? Of course. Unless Nintendo calls to ask me what they should talk about, I do my best not to be so expectant of certain announcements that I leave a Nintendo Direct disappointed enough to be upset. […]

Handicaps in Video Games

Has anyone played Moving Out? Released last year for the major consoles, Moving Out is a cooperative moving simulation game Rachel and I have played a bit of it with our cousins. It was lots of fun and totally ridiculous. Moving Out has you working together to move furniture from a house to a moving […]

Indie Game List for 2021

For Christmas this past year, one of the gifts I received was a gift card to Steam. Considering there were a handful of games on Steam that have been stuck in Wish List Limbo, I took this as an opportunity to buy and download a few of them.  With the pandemic happening, video games are […]

Monday Memories: AOL Instant Messenger

Happy Monday, everyone! We’re going back to the past in regards to today’s post. AOL’s instant messenger was alive from May 1997 to December 2017, and I remember using it so often to chat with friends after school during our early high school years. Video games have always been a major source of inspiration for […]