I took a gamble and picked up Trine 4, as I was craving some puzzle-platforming action. How did it play out?
The Link’s Awakening remake is finally here, and I’ve already beaten it! But how was this reawakening?
Moonlighter is an action-adventure shopkeeping simulation combo. I spent a good deal of time on it – should you?
This Switch remaster has been out for a while now, but is this trip back to 2003 worth your time?
Automachef is a great game that will creep into your mind and drive you insane.
Geddy plays his very first game from his buddy’s collection donation: Klonoa 2: Lunatea’s Veil, for the Playstation 2!
I don’t remember when I first saw the trailer for Yonder, but right away, I realized it was for me. Following the discovery of Yoku’s Island Express, a combination of relaxing … Continue reading Thoughts on Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles (Switch)
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 … Continue reading Thoughts On Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc (PS2)
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 … Continue reading Thoughts On Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee
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 … Continue reading Thoughts on Axiom Verge
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 … Continue reading Thoughts on Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX (3DS)
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, … Continue reading Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp -or- The Quest For Steel
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 … Continue reading Super Mario Odyssey – The Collect-a-Thon We All Needed
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 … Continue reading The Breath of the Wild Critique – The Reflection Phase (part 4/4)
13 years. It’s been 13 years since a 2D installment in my top franchises of all time. The Metroid series may not have always had a spot on the podium, but since … Continue reading Metroid: Samus Returns – Old-School Cool!
I’ve been loving my new little Sony gizmo lately! Let me tell you – if you want a fun time in portable form, and you don’t want to go onboard … Continue reading Thoughts On: Daxter – PSP (2006)
I had originally planned to write a little mini-feature on this little iOS App Store tapping game, but here’s the thing: I never got to a point where I wanted … Continue reading Magikarp Jump is the Definition of Insanity
Continuing my rant on Breath of the Wild, here is part 3, finally. In the last installment, we talked about the exhaustion that slowly began to occur from exploring, collectibles, … Continue reading The Breath of the Wild Critique: The Burnout Phase (part 3/4)
Word on the street is that we’re to receive a Pokémon Direct tomorrow morning! And it couldn’t have come at a better time, let me tell you. For one, I’ve been getting … Continue reading Pokémon Direct: My Hopes, Dreams, and Everything In Between
There was a small window of time right after the launch of the iPhone that will always stand out to me in gaming. Back in the mid-2000s while clamshell phones were … Continue reading iOS App Store Retrospective + My 5 Favorite Vintage Games
Welcome back to the Nostalgia Trigger Breath of the Wild Critique! Here’s your host Geddy, who is speaking in the third person for some reason. If you missed the first part, the … Continue reading The Breath of the Wild Critique: The Exhaustion Phase (part 2/4)
Note: After writing this over the course of several days, I decided that it was far too long for any mortal to sit still long enough to read. I’ll be … Continue reading The Breath of the Wild Critique: The Honeymoon Phase (part 1/4)
I realized I wanted to review this game about a week ago when I had logged around 9 hours in it. The thing was, I know that JRPGs can change … Continue reading Some Thoughts on Exist Archive! [PSVita]
I can’t exactly pinpoint the reason I’ve been reluctant to spend any money on the Switch eShop, but if I had to pick one, it would be a combination of 1) … Continue reading Some Thoughts on Human Resource Machine, for the Nintendo Switch!
Welcome to the first in a new segment, “What’s In Geddy’s Hand?” the ambiguously named installment where I tell you about the handheld games that have been keeping me occupied, entertained, and … Continue reading “What’s in Geddy’s Hand?” March Edition!
Just a note that I wrote this on Tuesday and scheduled it for Friday – I’ll be away on a mini-vacation for the next week. Stay tuned for some more … Continue reading A Brief Review of Fast RMX for the Nintendo Switch
There’s so many damn Breath of the Wild reviews out there right now that it almost feels pointless to write one, and so I’m going to bypass all of that … Continue reading Breath of the Wild: It’s All About the Little Things!
While it may be unpleasant to think about, it’s true folks, and you know it. The top-selling game in the industry known as “mobile gaming,” or as I like to … Continue reading I Finally Finished Super Mario Run (after countless hours on the toilet)
I had my eye on Planet Robobot for quite some time before I actually pulled the trigger. While I’m a sucker for Nintendo IPs and generally impulse buy anything they have … Continue reading A Few Words About Kirby: Planet Robobot
UPDATE: The contest is over and the winner was announced. Check out the follow-up article here. Hey hey, happy beginning of the weeks, folks! Please forgive my morning cheer – … Continue reading “Hue” Review + Steam Key Giveaway!