So, following the recent reviews we put out for both book 2 and book 3 of the Samurai of Hyuga series, I thought it’d only be proper to follow up with our usual spoiler talks. Normally, we’d only do a spoiler talk for something that we’d fully and definitely completed, but seeing as the series … Continue reading Samurai of Hyuga book 1-3 spoiler talk
So, after talking about book 2, and taking a look at the golden eyed wolf that makes the series’ main antagonist, we finally arrive at book 3. We may have taken way too long to get this point, and posted our analysis is a pretty odd order, but we’re finally here. Once again, this review … Continue reading Samurai of Hyuga – Book 3 review.
Those of you that have been with us for a while on the blog might remember a little review we put together a while ago for a game called ‘Samurai of Hyuga – book 1.’ It was an odd review for a couple of reasons: the review itself was actually written before the blog was … Continue reading Samurai of Hyuga – Book 2 review.
I don’t think I’ve made a secret of the fact that I put a pretty big emphasis on co-operative action, and generally anything that one can participate in a group. We talked about everything from how horror games can be affected by being played by a group, to how the industry has some promising titles … Continue reading Games that bind – Culling Bros approved Co-Op games
So, Overwatch’s Moira has been out for quite a while now, and I think it’s safe to say she’s a strong addition to the cast of merry misfits. Possessing abilities that make her a great healer and oddly efficient at dealing damage, Moira helps to fill out the ‘support’ class with nice medium difficulty hero … Continue reading Character analysis: Moira
The Final Fantasy series is not a stranger to odd and sometimes bizarre mini-games. In nearly every game in the entire series, there is usually some kind of small distraction that the player can find to help break up the main gameplay in their journey. The biggest example of this is probably FFVII, which had … Continue reading The Final Fantasy card game show down! Triple Triad vs Tetra Master!
The story of good overcoming evil is a tale that’s, for lack of a better word, fundamental. While the concept of ‘good’ and ‘evil’ is a little abstract (and often something that is formed by the personal view of the beholder), the idea that good should ultimately defeat evil is a tried and true part … Continue reading The good of evil: gaming’s unique use of villain protagonists