Howdy everyone and welcome to Volume 3 of The Video Game Music Chronicles. Last time in Volume 2, we discussed some heavy metal Metroid. This time around, we are deviating a bit from that into a genre that I'm not so familiar with, but so far really liking, and that is Electronic music. A couple … Continue reading Video Game Music Chronicles: Volume #3 – Street Walkin’ to the NightStop
Time Recoil Release Date: October 26, 2017 Developer: 10tons Publisher: 10tons Platforms: Nintendo Switch (eShop), PC (Steam), Playstation 4 (Playstation Store), Xbox One (Microsoft Store) Price: $13.99 USD The small developer/publisher 10tons is at it again and has released yet another top down shooter. After reviewing their last outing, JYDGE, and even Neon Chrome, one might think enough is enough, … Continue reading Time Recoil Review – Take Your Time and… KILL!
The age old question, are video games art? In response to Well Red Mage's question to all bloggers on whether video games are art, I decided to participate, even if I am a bit late to the game. I also had a pretty good talk with Triform Trinity about the subject over an inerview, which you'll … Continue reading The Under Appreciated Art of Video Games
We are back yet again for Novembers Question of the Month hosted by our friendly neighbourhood Later Levels. Sadly, my pick from last month for Samus Aran as the go to mercenary didn't bode too well. But that doesn't matter, all I can do is look ahead to what's in store for this month and try … Continue reading Question of the Month: November 2017 Edition
November is upon us folks! But before I get into what's to come for this month, let's take a quick look back at what happened in October. October Highlights I completed and review Samus Returns mid way through October and loved it. You can check my thoughts on the game here. The friendly people … Continue reading What’s On the Agenda – November 2017 Edition
The other day on Steam, I happened to come across a neat indie title, called Legrand Legacy: Tale of the Fatebounds. This title is being developed by Semisoft, a small video game development company based out of Jakarta, Indonesia. Legrand Legacy is being referred to as a love letter to all time favourite JRPGs, with … Continue reading An Indie Game That Captures That Early 3D JRPG Charm
JYDGE Release Date: October 19, 2017 Developer: 10tons Publisher: 10tons Platforms: Nintendo Switch (eShop), PC (Steam), Playstation 4 (Playstation Store), Xbox One (Microsoft Store) Price: $14.99 USD JYDGE is the latest title out of developer and publisher, 10tons. It is described as a lawful but unlawful top down shooter. You take controller of a cybernetic unit named JYDGE which you … Continue reading JYDGE Review – Uphold the Law
I've been having a blast playing Stardew Valley since it's release a couple weeks ago. I've been eyeing this game since it went viral on Steam last year. I was a big fan of the original Harvest Moon on the SNES and thoroughly have enjoyed the "life sim" games since. After that, I had a … Continue reading Leaving The City Life Behind
Metroid: Samus Returns Release Date: September 15th, 2017 Developer: MercurySteam & Nintendo Publisher: Nintendo Platforms: Nintendo 3DS (eShop) Price: $39.99 USD This review will follow a bit of a different introduction than normal. Given my fascination of the Metroid series, I will go into lengths about my history with the franchise. If you want to skip ahead to the meat … Continue reading Metroid: Samus Returns Review – She’s Back!
Hi fellow readers and bloggers. It's October, and Kim at Later Levels will be rolling out October's Question of the Month once again. Incase you missed it, last month I submitted my entry as the merchant from Resident Evil 4 as the most memorable video game NPC. Given the return of the illusive franchise with … Continue reading Question of the Month: October 2017 Edition