Stardew Valley

I wanted to wait until I finished upgrading my house, marrying, & having kids before doing a review. I have nominated this game for a Steam Award though and one of the challenges with that is writing a review. I have nominated it for the category that was obvious for me, the "Just 5 More … Continue reading Stardew Valley

Prison Architect

Alright let's talk about Prison Tycoon, excuse me, Prison Architect. I love this game! It has all the functionality of any of your favorite simulator games (Roller Coaster Tycoon, Sim City, Surgeon Simulator, no wait not that one), and it introduces you into the style of play in a really clever campaign. Choose what kind … Continue reading Prison Architect


It is easy to see what all the hype is about after spending some time with Oxenfree. This is a beautiful game that does its storytelling in a way that is totally different from any other experience that is available. You could liken the short amount of time given to pick an answer and the … Continue reading Oxenfree

Lifeline: Silent Night

In this installation of the Lifeline series we meet back up with the original character, Taylor. Taylor is the Astronaut who first contacted us from the Varia and ended up trapped on an unknown planet in some pretty hopeless circumstances. These games are basically interactive stories told through a text format. Think of a choose … Continue reading Lifeline: Silent Night

Pokémon Black & White

Just as all the versions of Pokémon before it, this game was an incredible journey. I played Pokémon White version on the 2DS. It is an OG DS game, but that is part of the awesome backwards compatibility with the 2DS, I highly recommend it. Well jumping right into the game, the first three Pokémon … Continue reading Pokémon Black & White

Costume Quest 2

Just in time for Halloween, here is my review of Costume Quest 2! Yes 2 not 1 it was the free game one month and I skipped the first, so what? You wanna fight about it?? So this game is definitely Tim Schafer and Double Fine at their finest. It is a lot like Earthbound, … Continue reading Costume Quest 2

The Banner Saga

The best word I could use to describe The Banner Saga would be, Bleak. I enjoyed my time playing it, but it is like The Road of turn based tactical games. This is much more true the further into the story you get. Times are hard, and that is the point of the game. You … Continue reading The Banner Saga

Chroma Squad

Chroma Squad out performed all of my expectations and should be considered nothing less than an indie classic. This game truly is something to behold (no developer pun intended), and is a perfect example of how less can be more with the right burst of creativity and clever design. You play as the Chroma Squad … Continue reading Chroma Squad

Brütal Legend

Brütal Legend is Jack Black's open world, Metal Apocalypse, video game. His finger prints are definitely all over it which I was glad to see. He plays the main character who is a roadie, wielding his guitar as a ranged weapon and his literal axe as his melee weapon. It was a very entertaining game, … Continue reading Brütal Legend

The Silent Age

The Silent Age is a point and click game where you play as a janitor named Joe, excuse me, Master of the Custodial Arts. Getting off to a good start right? No seriously hang with me, because this game was actually really nuts you guys.  So without getting too far into spoiler territory, Joe finds … Continue reading The Silent Age