A Happy Secret Valentine’s Day to…. The Gaming Diaries!

A few weeks ago, Ian over at Adventure Rules has graced the blogging world with his next great event - Secret Valentine! The rules are not unlike that of Secret Santa, but each blogger who entered is paired with another fellow blogger at random, and to write an appreciation post about them, highlighting some of …

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Celebrating Two Mystery Blogger Award Nominations!

The WordPress community is certainly not shy when it comes to sending around good vibes, and I was recently nominated for the Mystery Blogger Award - twice! Now I'm generally not great at receiving these kinds of things so please forgive me if it's taken me a while to get a good response together. Truth …

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My Favorite Game for Every Year I’ve Been Alive

It's true everyone. I have existed on a single planet for my whole life. I know - with galactic real estate prices at an all-time low, I have barely scratched the surface when it comes to exploring the universe, and I really have no excuse. I'm embarrassed to say, but all of my existing has …

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WaterField Designs Console Case Appreciation Post

Note: the following is not a paid advertisement, and is merely an acknowledgement of a product that I fully recommend to protect your stuff! No affiliate links or anything - just good ol' talking about a thing I like. Love, Geddy One thing that unites us all as gamers is that we hate everyone who …

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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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