Thoughts On Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc (PS2)

I love Rayman. Since the day I booted up the original Rayman on my old Compaq Presario many moons ago, I had a weird fascination with the strange fellow. I first wandered into the world of Rayman in my younger years, naturally - wandering into a CompUSA I found a copy of the MS-DOS release …

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Thoughts On Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee

If you've never played an Oddworld installment and are now subconsciously trying to figure it out judging by the name, let me spare you from having to ponder, "are the games weird?" Yes. Yes they are. Some might say, "odd." Taking place in an alternate universe, the quintology of Oddworld games generally share the theme …

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Thoughts on Axiom Verge

If you were to ask what took so darn long to complete this game, I wouldn't really have a good answer for you! Released back in 2015 by one-man team consisting of developer Thomas Happ, Axiom Verge has been universally praised from everything to its aesthetic, to its storytelling, to its clear Super Metroid inspiration. …

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Thoughts on Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX (3DS)

A few weeks or days ago (I have no idea what day it is anymore) I released my Master List of 2017 and talked about my gaming adventures for the calendar year. In that list, I mentioned one of my favorites of 2017: Hatsune Miku Project Diva F 2nd for the PSVita. While I had …

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp -or- The Quest For Steel

While I alternate sitting and standing at my really neat adjustable desk, impatiently waiting for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 to arrive while Googling the typical jail sentences for hijacking delivery vans, I wanted to start a write-up about Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is Nintendo's most recent foray into the mobile game racquet, …

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Super Mario Odyssey – The Collect-a-Thon We All Needed

Evidently, Mario is not popular in Thailand. Our original honeymoon plans were going to put me in Japan for the Super Mario Odyssey launch, where our favorite Italian plumber enjoys fame and fortune, but despite my best efforts to steer my honeymoon to a more Mario-friendly destination, we enjoyed up going further south to Thailand. …

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The Breath of the Wild Critique – The Reflection Phase (part 4/4)

It's been months since I touched this article, having mentally divorced myself from Breath of the Wild and being unable to wrap up this series. That being said, for whatever reason I've stumbled upon a bout of motivation to complete it - perhaps due to the fact that I inadvertently wore my Breath of the …

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