Knife Sisters (2019, PC), from Bobbi Sand and Transcenders Media, is a visual novel that explores consent and relationships via a diverse cast of twenty-somethings. Players experience this story of (mis)adventure, anxiety, and community through the perspective of Leo, who is nonbinary (!!), socially awkward, and seemingly incapable of feeling love. Leo lives among and adjacent to characters such as Ayana (Leo’s best friend) and … Continue reading Knife Sisters Review
If I told you I had some anxiety every time a new console released, would you be surprised to learn that my feelings centered on the design and weight of the controller? Perhaps that is a silly thing to fret about, but I have small hands. When I bought a PS3, I wasn’t completely happy with the DualShock. The size was okay, but it felt … Continue reading Some thoughts on controllers? Yep!
For anyone who does not know me well, I enjoy perusing video game maps. In an effort to keep track of some of the more memorable maps and maps from games I have recently played, I am going to add screenshots to this post over time. It will be little more than a collection of screenshots, but I also intend to use it as a … Continue reading Video Game Maps: An Ongoing Collection
A look back at three open world RPGs I played in 2020. Continue reading Screenshot: A Look Back (2020)
What is a screenshot? I could talk about technical definitions, like the one above, or I could take a more ‘fun’ route which may lead to a discussion of how I don’t believe in ghosts but Phasmophobia scared the crap out of me. It’s a Friday, and I believe in fun… screenshot: an image of the data displayed on the screen of a computer or … Continue reading Screenshot: Phasmophobia
With my time spent on summer vacation and the current E3 hype, I’ve had ample opportunity and reason to reflect on the games I’ve played this year along with the games I’m looking forward to starting. So I thought I’d write a bit about both today. Games Played: Sea of Thieves (Xbox One) Sea of Thieves is one of those games I saw announced at E3 … Continue reading 2018 in Games: What I’ve Played (so far)