As usual, I am very late to seeing things when they come out. I heard about Kubo and the Two Strings by a now former coworker when it came out summer 2016, but just recently watched it on Netflix. But, a review is still helpful whenever it comes out, so here is mine.
Array is a color card game where your goal is to be the first to get rid of all of your cards. I’ve actually owned this game for quite awhile but realized I never wrote a review so here we go! Continue reading
Tokaido is a beautiful, relaxing game where you play as a traveler or the East Sea Road in Japan. You will make friends, eat delicious food, paint, and relax in hot springs on a journey to earn the most points from your travels. Continue reading
Epic Spell Wars of the Battle Wizards: Duel at Mt. Skullzfyre is a card game where you must become the most powerful wizard and defeat your foes by creating spells and taking the blows. This game is definitely for adults because it is quite graphic in art and in humor, but it’s a fantastic game with a ton of replayability. Continue reading
ABZU is an open world adventure game where you play as a diver traveling through the deep sea discovering ancient relics and mysterious technology, with a sense you’re being followed. Continue reading
Renowned Explorers: International Society is a game developed by Abbey Games, where you play as a team of explorers trying to become the most well-known and famed of them all. The RPG strategy game has an incredibly unique combat system and a bunch of replayability. Continue reading
Gloom is a storytelling card game where you want to have the most miserable family of all time. Continue reading
In this co-operative card game, you and your team must create a grand fireworks display with the cards in your hand. But, your communication is limited and time is running out. Continue reading
Armello is one of the games I got from the Steam Winter Sale, and from first game fell in love with it.
A new style of gaming has come out based on the major popularity of of live-streaming services, particularly Twitch. As an avid stream watcher, I was very interested in these new games, called stream first games, where the game is made with primary focus of being played by broadcasters and having viewer involvement in the game, whether it be in the play or the outcome.