Usually, when I write these articles, I try to think back to something I did last week or the past weekend; something nerdy I feel like touching on or talking about. That also gives the article some sort of relevance, Continue reading →
Okami, a product of Bayonetta’s director, Hideki Kamiya, is a wonderful love letter to all things Japanese. As an outsider looking in, I’ve always been attracted to the art style and history of Japan. That’s why I gravitated towards Okami Continue reading →
Let me start with an apology about how long it’s taken for the second half of this review. As it is sometimes want to do, Life got in the way a bit. So, without further ado, back to the Heleus Continue reading →
Rarely have I run across a game that has left me as torn as Mass Effect Andromeda. First, let’s get this out of the way; Yes, the gameplay and visual style does look like Mass Effect meets Dragon Age Inquisition. However, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. There were many positive things about Inquisition and much of that I like in Mass Effect Andromeda. There are also a lot of things that I don’t like.
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“Choose your own adventure” games are increasing in popularity, and that warms my heart to no end. Those games–done well–have always been my favourite genre in gaming: they feature amazing story development, they deliver believable characters that are shaped throughout Continue reading →
There comes a time where you have to accept that some of your favourite game series might be done for good. The years pass with no word of another installment, and the DLC well runs dry. But there are some game developers that will surprise you, that will hold you out for that cliffhanger finale only to grant you a breath of fresh air in the next episode…one that makes you jump for joy and fall to the floor weeping.
Angela Nicole is a published novelist and YouTuber from Louisville, Kentucky. Her third novel, Down The River, is slated for release Spring 2018. In her free time, she can be found working out or listening to music. You can follow her ramblings at Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.