While not all of Chinatown Detective Agency’s shortcomings can be written off as thematic, its intention may well clear enough to win you over.
Please Be Happy Review – A Capstone of Comfort
Between its gorgeous presentation and sentimental script, Please Be Happy might just be the most uplifting and heartfelt story I’ve taken in all year.
[Keywords] Pokémon Scarlet & Violet and Lineups
I adore Pokémon, but playing a game I”solved” in middle school can be less than thrilling.
What Pokémon needs, for some of us, is un-solving.
League of Enthusiastic Losers Review – A Dose of Melancholy
League of Enthusiastic Losers speaks deeply, if imperfectly, to a life experience that we don’t often see in games: weary late-thirty-somethings.
LEGO Bricktales Review – The Platonic Ideal of a LEGO Game, Nearly
LEGO Bricktales combines the toys’ fun theme sets with creativity-forward puzzle solving, creating the purest interpretation yet of LEGO into video game form.
10 Games Like Boku no Natsuyasumi
While we’re still waiting for the Boku no Natsuyasumi series to release outside of Japan, many games are proudly carrying on that lackadaisical torch.
Wayward Strand Review – A Modern Oldie
Wayward Strand can be aimless at times and difficult to wade through at others. Oddly, I don’t find either of those things to be a detriment.
New Nintendo Switch Games to Play This October
My goodness - is October already upon us? We all know what that means: Gourds and orange leaves everywhereSpooky movies and games - check out #HorrorGameOctPumpkin-spice everywhereAnother regular installment of us bringing you up-to-date on new releases. Here's what...
Shmuptember Journal 2022: Huntdown & Skycadia
In week 2 of Shmuptember 2022, I played the cyberpunk run & gun, Huntdown, and the low-poly aerial battler, Skycadia!
[Keywords] Call of the Night and Vibes
This season hasn’t been huge for anime, but it’s had its stand-outs. Still, I keep coming back to Call of the Night more than any others.