No new reviews yet, sorry! There will be one for Persona 5 to look forward to on Clip Through, so stay tuned.
In the meantime, lately I’ve been looking up either new releases of games or exploring the more nostalgic ones. There are a lot of cool ones coming out next year that I’d love to talk about! In no particular order, they are: Continue reading
My review for Night in the Woods is officially up and running on Clip Through! Check it out here to read it in full! Continue reading
Aquaria | Bit-Blot
Lately I’ve been crazy busy with work, but there’s some good news to it all! Continue reading
Persona 5 | Atlus. Special edition metal case that came with the game.
Lately I’ve been feeling some burnout with playing video games. It feels difficult trying to find time to either play Persona 5, which is the one video game I’ve got going on right now, along with tackling my other backlogs for reading and Netflix, or to feel motivated enough to start up another one waiting for me, of which there are several (i.e. tons). I guess the backlog is getting to me…plus I have my job, so there is that factor. Continue reading
The Novelist | Kent Hudson @ Orthogonal Games
Brand new today, my newest piece on Clip Through this time is about The Novelist, an indie first-person exploration title. Check it out here! Continue reading
(Photo taken with my phone)
New reviews/editorials are on their way via the online magazine I’ve been contributing to (Clip Through). Today there is an opinion piece I created based on Tales of Zestiria. You can check out the full piece here! Continue reading
So…yeah. If you couldn’t tell already, this blog’s been gathering dust for a while. What can I say, except…life. Continue reading
Title screen capture from Steam. Papers, Please. Developed by Lucas Pope, 2013
Although Papers, Please, the debut title from Lucas Pope, former Naughty Dog developer, came out in 2013, the relevance of its content, theme, and overall message presents a frightening glimpse at what the future may or may not hold – and a warning to those who seek to repeat history. Continue reading
(Taken from my phone)
For those interested, my review for Song of the Deep is now available on Clip-Through.com. Check it out here! Continue reading
Ori and the Blind Forest title screen. Moon Studios. 2015. Check Clip Through for the official review and more screenshots!
Sorry! I won’t be doing a full review of Ori and the Blind Forest on here…because I already wrote one for someone else!
I’ve been asked to start contributing to an online gaming magazine called ClipThrough.com. They review and feature full-length articles about triple-A games or games that didn’t get quite as much limelight as other hit titles. Ori is one of them, and I’ve learned a lot more about how to take screenshots and get better photos of the games to play on Steam, so expect more of my work online!
This does not mean that I will be abandoning this blog anytime soon. There are a few more games I’d like to talk in my spare time, it’s just been insane as far as life goes lately. I do have a post in mind that I will eventually publish here though, for sure!
I will let you know on here whenever a review for ClipThrough.com will be published, as I’m really stoked to be reviewing on a more regular basis! So check out their website, you can check out my review of Ori and the Blind Forest here, and stick around for more upcoming reviews in the future!