I’m back with a Saturday Six and I am sharing six of my all-time favorite video games ever.
Eliza is a visual novel set in the Seattle tech scene focusing on the AI counseling app Eliza and one of its creators, Evelyn. Mental health meets technology in this story and we play as Evelyn to help her decide what is right and wrong, and what is best for her.
Dead by Daylight is one of my favorite video games to play and to also watch. I’ve been following it since the beta back in 2016 and still keep up with it now. So when Dead by Daylight Mobile released I knew I had to give it a try.
Like many others, I have booked my getaway package and traveled to my own deserted island with Animal Crossing: New Horizons. I have never played an Animal Crossing game before so this has all been a new and fun experience. So I’m going to take you on a mini-tour of my island!
There are so many games out there it is impossible to play them all, but some are so popular it’s surprising to find someone who hasn’t tried it. Well, today’s Saturday Six is all about those beloved games I have never played myself.
Femida is a nonlinear point-and-click game about justice where you play the role of a judge. You preside over cases and make the final decision of each case, and your reputation will shift. You’re also trying to solve a mystery of your own: who killed your father.
All gamers have a backlog, so for today’s Saturday Six, I am sharing six games that have been in my backlog and really need to be played.
Hidden Through Time is a time-traveling I Spy-like puzzle game where you must find all the items for various levels throughout time. I got a chance to review this game for the Switch and here are my thoughts.
Conglomerate 451 is a cyberpunk first-person dungeon crawler where the world has been taken over by four big business industries working against the government. You are the director of a government agency that lead squads of clones into the dregs of the city to complete missions in order to save the city from its dystopian demise.
I have seen this game suggest on social media and on some other blogs I follow, so I decided to give the demo a play and share my thoughts.
Through the Darkest of Times is a historical resistance strategy game taking place in Berlin during the Third Reich. You are the leader of a resistance group as Hitler comes into power and onward.
Two Point Hospital is a business simulation game where you are a hospital manager building and running various hospitals to treat wacky illnesses.
First was the Zodiac. Then came the MBTI. Now I bring you video game recommendations based on your Enneagram type!
Last but not least for my MBTI video game series are the diplomats. INFJ, INFP, ENFJ, and ENFP are in this one!
It is time for the analysts! This post is for the INTJ, INTP, ENTJ, and ENTP’s out there!
Next up on my MBTI series are the explorers! So if you are an ISTP, ISFP, ESTP, or ESFJ, this one is for you!
The first group up in my MBTI game recommendations series are the Sentinels!
A while ago, I wrote a post with video game recommendations based on your zodiac sign. That post was so popular that I figured it would be fun to do something similar with another popular personality identifier: Myers-Briggs.
I recently wrote some suggestions for board games that video gamers should play. And now, I’m going to do the reverse! Here are some video games that I think board gamers will enjoy.
One of my favorite things to do during Thanksgiving is play games. We call it Thanksgaming for a reason. Even though board games are a popular option for this, there are some video games that are great for family gatherings.
While there are some of us gamers that cross between video and board, others have their sides. So in an effort to get gamers to cross sides a bit, I have decided to do some recommendations. This post focuses on great board games for video gamers to try.
In Neo Cab from Fellow Traveler, you play as Lina who is a driver for this dystopian future’s Uber as she moves to Los Ojos. However, upon her arrival, her best friend goes missing, thus leaving Lina homeless and hunting for clues one passenger at a time. Continue reading
Even though I became much more of a gamer as an adult, I started playing games as a kid. ClueFinders, Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego, and a variety of Barbie games were my go-to games as a youngster. We know that kids today still have Mario and Pokemon to get them into gaming, but I wanted to share a few indie games that are great for younger gamers to play.
Being a ghost gets pretty lonely after a while. In Speed Dating for Ghosts, you try to alleviate your loneliness through the magic of short conversations with strangers. And if you hit it off with one at the end, you’ll get a date out of it. But ghosts have unique motives and eccentricities that make this a lot more interesting.
Miracle Mia is a 2D Action-Platformer, heavily influenced by anime and Japanese video gaming culture, which follows characters using powerful “Miracle Weapons” to combat the evils working against them.
I recently shared my favorite YouTube channels in a post, so I decided to also share some of my favorite Twitch streamers as well since I watch Twitch just as much as I do YouTube. Continue reading
We’ve reached the final Hogwarts house of this series, the courageous Gryffindors. What games should the brave play? Read on to find out. Continue reading
The third house I’m covering for video games recommendations are the loyal Hufflepuffs! Continue reading
We’re back with another Hogwarts house video game suggestions. This time we are focusing on the cunning, ambitious, and self-preserving Slytherins. So let’s jump right in. Continue reading
We all know that there are some amazing video game soundtracks out there. So for today’s 30 Day Geek Out Challenge, I am sharing my personal favorite soundtrack! Continue reading
I’m excited for today’s 30 Day Geek Out Challenge prompt because it is enabling me to talk about something I have written a lot about: my favorite video game! Continue reading
About a year ago I did a series on board games for the different Hogwarts houses. Now I am going to do the video game version. And I have to start with my personal house, Ravenclaw! Continue reading
Yesterday we talked about my favorite con experience, and for today we are talking about my least favorite. Continue reading
I have had a lot of fun playing party games with friends and family over the years. And it is always great to see a new one to try, especially if you’ve been playing the same ones for a while. So when I got sent Emoji Charades, I definitely wanted to try it. Continue reading
Zodiac, to me, is a fun thing to look into and maybe get some momentary insight. I don’t take it super seriously myself, but I thought it would be a fun post idea to recommend games based on your zodiac. Continue reading
I recently finished playing The World Next Door, which is a narrative-driven, action-adventure game. We play as Jun, a human that wins a special lottery to visit the planet Emrys. However, things go awry when she gets trapped on Emrys and is trapped, which could lead to her death. Continue reading
I know a lot of gamers, including myself, that use video games to destress from the stresses of real life. And I find certain games are really good for relaxing with and are great for gamers and non-gamers alike. Continue reading
Arcade Spirits is a visual novel romantic comedy set in the year 20XX of a future where the 1980s video game crash never happened and arcades are still a thriving form of entertainment. They have a demo of the game available on Steam so I decided to give it a go and give you all a first look. Continue reading
I first saw Gris when I first got my Switch as it was available as a pre-order and released shortly after, and I was entranced by the artwork and knew I had to play it. And I first tried it during my 12 Days of Gaming, and with that taste, I knew I had to play through this entire game and share my thoughts. Continue reading
I’m joining in on Love Your Backlog week, brought to us by Later Levels and Lightning Ellen. The concept is simple: instead of hating on your massive backlog of games, love it instead. So I’m writing this post about my backlog from the questions provided and encourage you to do the same!
Valentine’s Day is coming up, and you may be thinking about how you can spend that day with your partner. Since you now have a consistent player 2 in your life, why not spend the day playing some video games together? And here I have some suggestions for what you can play, with some focus on local gaming but can also be played apart for the long-distance couples out there. Continue reading
When it comes to video games, I really love indie games. I basically only play indie games and very, very rarely play anything else. So I figured I’d share some tips and places I learn about new indie video games. Continue reading
Wandersong, a puzzle-platformer by Greg Lobanov and Humble Bundle, was one of the games I played during my 12 Days of Gaming. And yes, I am just now getting to the review of it. This charming game is not usually my style of video games, but I decided to take a chance on it on the Switch. Continue reading
A new year means new Kickstarters to check out and help projects come to life. There are some really standout campaigns happening right now and some hidden gems as well. I pulled four of the ones I found the most intriguing to share today. Continue reading