I wanted to return to Anthem, which I admit I never expected to still be playing at this point. I do have a love for Sci Fi MMOs… and Phantasy Star Online 2 cant get here soon enough. However given the general distaste for the game that has gone on over time I wasn’t sure […]
Like many games we’ve played, our time with Lost Winds was short, but so is the game in general and has a refreshingly small price point to match. It managed to leave a lasting memory because it has charm and yet I feel like it’s been something of a forgotten gem over time.
I’m not a heavy multiplayer gamer, co-operative or competitive. I do however like good stories, presentation, lore and world building and these are all areas that seemed like they’d cater to my interested in gaming that Anthem appeared to have.
The Darksiders series represents is almost the very definition of the term ‘Jack of all Trades, Master of None’. I wonder what the future holds for the series.
I really didn’t know nothing about games, I was an only child with few friends and knowledge about games at the time was fairly limited. This was a pre-internet age after all and unless you were talking to friends about what games you were playing you were only most likely going to find information about games in the various gaming magazines.
The charm of this game in particular is the amount of freedom you can have to experiment and the many things you can uncover just buy playing around and that it’s all be anticipated and accounted for by having those moons and other rewards to fine.
Considering this blog is mostly dedicated to the trials and tribulations of gaming with my kids. It’d be a lost opportunity to not expand upon that on those occasions when it’s been the older adults that have been the ones brought into the gaming world. Now I’ve mentioned before that my partner isn’t the biggest […]