Tango de Ghostwire: Tokyo

There’s something interesting about Ghostwire: Tokyo that keeps me engaged in the post-apocalyptic world of downtown Tokyo, and I can say that it’s definitely not the combat system. While running around saving the world from the supernatural forces, petting as many dogs as possible, chatting with cats, and missing a large percentage of my attacks,Continue reading “Tango de Ghostwire: Tokyo”

Raise a Finger to Elden Ring

When I first stepped foot into the realm of the Elden Ring I already had expectations based on previous Souls games. I knew I’d die within the first 5 minutes. No disappointment there. What I didn’t anticipate was the scale of the game that I had just stepped foot in. 90 hours later, and 99Continue reading “Raise a Finger to Elden Ring”

Chicory: A Canvas for Inspiration

Chicory: A Colorful Tale is a perfect title for a game that fills all the gaps of an inspirational journey of a custodian turned artist. I purchased the game on my PS5 based on recommendations from friends. I’ve enjoyed it much more than I had anticipated. Chicory has charm of Undertale as an indie game.Continue reading “Chicory: A Canvas for Inspiration”

Games I’ve Beaten in 2021

I have a really lengthy backlog of games that I’d like to mark a few titles off of, but Yakuza: Like a Dragon has been siphoning many hours of my life. Check out the list of Games I’ve beaten in 2021 below! Quantum Break Watch Dogs Yoshi’s Crafted World Moonlighter Immortals Fenyx Rising Wolfenstein: YoungbloodContinue reading “Games I’ve Beaten in 2021”