Inktober Day#8: The Flame in the Flood- Daily Doodle

ANOTHER WEEK, another attempt at keeping up with Inktober! For Day 8, I decided to clean up a sketch of Rel Rel that I did while playing the video game, The Flame in the Flood. It's a pretty addicting survival game that I picked up on Steam awhile back. I still haven't beaten it, yet! … Continue reading Inktober Day#8: The Flame in the Flood- Daily Doodle

The Novelist: Stealth & Emotion- Review

I'M NOT VERY FOND of stealth games. Metal Gear. Assassin's Creed. Anything that has to do with sneaking, blending into the shadows, and being unseen in order to kill/assassinate/knockout, just isn't my thing. Most of the time (I do love me some¬†Dishonored, though). Well, that's only because I'm terrible at being stealthy, and I'm really … Continue reading The Novelist: Stealth & Emotion- Review

SteamWorld Dig: So Close to Perfection- Review

SIDE SCROLLING ACTION games use to be my go to games. Super Mario. Metroid. Contra. Now, with the graphic capability of consoles reaching near realistic heights, 2D graphics are fading in lieu of 3D models. Luckily, not completely. Like Valdis Story, SteamWorld Dig: Fist Full of Dirt is a scrolling action game, brought to you … Continue reading SteamWorld Dig: So Close to Perfection- Review

Contrast: Interestingly Imperfect- Review

ONCE IN AWHILE a game with a truly unique mechanic comes out of nowhere, and both intrigues and inspires me with its imagination. A world of shadows, where the player can leap from 3D into a 2D plane, is what Contrast promises. I wasn't sure what to expect when I first started playing. Would it … Continue reading Contrast: Interestingly Imperfect- Review