Review: Tenet

Tenet is a movie that I had been anxiously awaiting for since the first teaser dropped. I'm something of a Christopher Nolan fan. While some his ambitious, high concept films are among my favorites (Inception, Interstellar) and Dark Knight is a classic genre-blending piece of cinema, I haven't seen all of his movies. Thus far,... Continue Reading →

Backlog Review: Firewatch

Firewatch was a game that I knew by reputation, but had been hesistant to play given the "walking simulator" genre that it occupies. As with roguelikes, I've come to be a little leery of games that come highly recommended on sites such as Reddit, only to wind up being disappointed because, well, I just didn't... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

I'm no stranger to From Software's dark fantasy offerings. One of the first games I ever picked up for the original PlayStation in the mid-90's was King's Field, which was the (great?)-grandfather of Dark Souls. I remember being both enthralled by the first-person gameplay and brooding aesthetic as well as frustrated by the difficulty. This... Continue Reading →

Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

Beautiful despair. This is the best way I have to describe Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, an eclectic and dark hybrid of visual novel and court room drama. Long after the final credits roll and the twists have been hashed over in your mind (and there are quite a few), Danganronpa 2 will leave you with some philosophical conundrums. You... Continue Reading →

[Review] Destiny: The Taken King

Over a decade ago, a little MMO called The Matrix Online launched with a tagline, "The Matrix has only begun to give up its secrets." The implication being that there would be so many things to uncover and enjoy in the game that fans would stay invested for a long time. Sadly, the game failed to deliver on... Continue Reading →

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