Advertisements Most know of Dead by Daylight as an asymmetrical survival game with a huge class of characters, both survivors and killers. But now you don’t have to just avoid killers, you can date them too in their dating sim Hooked On You.
Advertisements Another month is at its end which means another month of new K-Pop to check out. So I’m giving my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got this month, and there are tons of new songs so let’s get started!
Advertisements Aquamarine is a print-and-play game where you play as a diver trying to discover as much as you can with the time allotted and air available in your tank. With my printed map and a pair of dice, I got to go under the water and explore this new game from Postmark Games.
Advertisements Moulin Rouge, the stage production of the iconic Baz Luhrmann film, is currently on tour and at the Pantages in Hollywood. I was able to go see the show and have many thoughts about the experience that I wanted to share.
Advertisements Disney’s Sorcerer’s Arena began as a mobile game but has now made its way to our tables in Sorcerer’s Arena: Epic Alliances.
Advertisements Steve Jackson’s Sorcery! is a four-part epic interactive fantasy adventure through a weird world of magic. What was once an adventure gamebook is now available digitally thanks to inkle studios, and I was given the chance to check it out.
Advertisements June is over so I’m giving my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop this month, including BTS, aespa, Kard, and more!
Advertisements Dislyte is an urban-mythology-themed mobile RPG game that has recently been released and I have been playing quite a lot actually. So after many hours of playing, I decided it was time to share my thoughts.
Advertisements Minigolf meets deckbuilding in Golfie, a new game from developers Triheart Studio that takes a roguelike approach to putt-putt golfing. Here are my thoughts on the creative mix of genres that make up this game.
Advertisements May is ending so it is time to give my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop this month!
Advertisements I’ve been going back and listening to some of the music I loved in my college years that I have reviewed. So I’m bringing those reviews back and sharing some of my favorite music from the 2010s, starting with How To Be A Human Being by Glass Animals
Advertisements Tootsie, a comedy musical based on an 80’s movie of the same name, is currently on tour and at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. As with my other musical trips, I went with my brother, and here is how it all went.
Advertisements Squire is a young adult graphic novel set in an alternate history Middle East/North Africa that follows 14-year-old Aiza, who trains to become a knight for a war-torn empire while hiding her true background as a girl from conquered lands. I was given the chance to review this comic and here are my thoughts.
Advertisements Start your engines and be the best drag queen in the mobile game RuPaul’s Drag Race Superstar! I’ve played for a while and here is what I think of the drag-tacular gameplay.
Advertisements Sigh of the Abyss: Shadow Bonds from Rascal Devworks is a lore-rich visual novel that introduces us to the world and characters of Sigh of the Abyss. I was given the chance to play this prologue and want to share my first thoughts with you!
Advertisements March is over so I’m giving my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop the last two months.
Advertisements Suffrage is a card-based board game about the iconic and pivotal struggle for women’s suffrage in early 20th century Britain and Ireland. I got the chance to play it and here are my thoughts on it.
Advertisements January is over so I’m giving my quick takes on all of the debuts and comebacks we got from K-Pop this month!
Advertisements Full Bloom is a floral design competition where florists come together and compete by creating unique, beautiful, and grand floral arrangements. The first two seasons are up so I binged them and here are my thoughts!
Advertisements Since I subscribed to HBO Max for other content, I decided to watch the 20th-anniversary special film for Harry Potter. After having been away from the fandom for a while, here is what it was like to return to Hogwarts.