Impressions: Backstage Pass

I have been on the fence about whether or not to do Impressions pieces of Otome for awhile now. They are a not so secret “secret love” of mine. However, it can be rather formulaic sub-genre, and like many visual novels really test the limits of what defines something as “a game”. I finally got…

Impressions: Knee Deep

While a little late to the party I recently got a chance to play Knee Deep. Knee Deep falls into that category of game I enjoy so much, a story driven narrative where your gameplay is based mostly on choices. To add something a bit unique to this game it’s set up as though it’s…

Impressions: The Bunker

The Bunker is an indie horror game from Splendy Games. It is FMV (full motion video) which is what first peaked my interest in the game. Coming from a mostly PC games background in my young years I played plenty of games that featured at the very least FMV for cut scenes. Of course, a…

Impressions: Jurassic Park the Game

So this is a bit of an odd impressions piece for me. The game is many years old, though not old enough to even be considered to be retro. I played it when it first released with very little knowledge of Telltale and their games. After a number of years, I went back to it…

Things I Would Like to See at E3

I know it’s a little early, but I can’t help but feel that pre-E3 pull. This is the first year in a rather long time that I won’t be writing about E3 for another website. Yet it’s still something I get some hype for and wanted to do at least a little blog coverage of…

Impressions: Little Nightmares

I know there are a million reviews and op-eds about this game, however, as I did recently play/stream it I wanted to throw in my two cents. For those not in the know, Little Nightmares is a horror indie game by the studio best known for Little Big Planet. You play a young child named…

Impressions: Thimbleweed Park

So it’s taken me a little longer to get around to this than I would have liked. I was rather excited for Thimbleweed Park. I find point and click adventures to be an underrated genre and prefer the more old school version more than what we have seen lately. I also find Ron Gilbert to…

Impressions: Firewatch

I had heard a number of great things about Firewatch and was told simply, that as an indie game fan I would likely enjoy it. It took some time but I was finally able to sit down and play. Firewatch opens simply with the story of a man meeting his future wife. Through a series…