Video Games I’m Playing: 04/19/21

It's been a minute since I did a check-in on the video games I'm playing, so I actually have a number of updates! I've played a number of smaller indie games in the last few months, including finishing HAVEN, a mostly interactive novel with some light combat elements, and the puzzle game MAQUETTE. (Unfortunately, my... Continue Reading →

Video Games I’m Playing: 02/08/21

New year brings new games! It's the January lull for video game releases, and due to COVID, I think there's going to be a bit of a drought until the next big game that I HAVE to have. Which is fine because I'm still playing plenty of ASSASSIN'S CREED VALHALLA, HADES, and SEKIRO. I also... Continue Reading →

Top Five Video Games of 2020

I've shared my Top Five 2020 Book Releases and My Top Five Backlist Reads, but now it's time to celebrate the other hobby that kept me sane in 2020: Video Games! I played significantly more this year than in years past, and while I did jump around between games, I also managed to be a... Continue Reading →

Video Games I’m Playing: 09/11/20

Time for another check-in on the games that are helping me maintain my sanity in these crazy times! I've been getting through a good mix of big budget and indie games, which is always great. Let's see what's been keeping me busy, shall we? SPIRITFARERThis one is pitched as a "cozy management game about death."... Continue Reading →

Things I Love: Rediscovering SKYRIM

It should have been a slam dunk game for me to love.  Quests that set you out to save the world, check.  Fights with dragons, check.  Dialogue options with NPCs, check. The ability to become a two-legged cat-person that sneaks and snipes people with remarkable archery skill, check.  And yet, until a few weeks ago, I... Continue Reading →

The PS5 Games I’m Most Excited About

In a normal year, June would be the time of the annual E3 conference, when game developers from around the world come together to announce the shiny new things that we'll be playing in the hopefully not too distant future. Of course, this isn't a normal year, so instead of packing the announcements into one... Continue Reading →

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