The Long Gate – Beautiful Puzzles or Brain Overload?
“Who in the world am I? Ah, that’s the great puzzle.” – Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
My Amazing time at the Sega Olympic Games Press Event!
Lily goes for Gold as she attends the Sega x Team GB Press Event!
My Personal Journey Through Pokemon: The First Generation!
Out of any video game franchise, I don’t think there is a bigger one than Pokemon. Since its inception in the late 90s on the Gameboy Color, it has continued to take the world by storm. Billions of players and buyers, tons of merchandise, and thirty-two video games across eight generations on five different handheld […]
An Exciting Intro to Pokemon Unite
Introduction Greetings readers, Westin Playing to Win back again with a brand new article. It’s been a long time since I’ve talked to y’all and I’d like to say hi again. Since my last article I’ve been exploring other games and interests, including reviving my interest in music collection, and have gotten a much-needed break […]
Smells like a New Console in Here
The American Video Game giant, Valve, is secretly working on building a Switch-like handheld portable PC designed to run many games on the Steam PC platform via Linux with a touchscreen, gamepad controls, and Nintendo-Style architecture designed by either Intel or AMD. However, the unit is still in the prototype stage, and so some features […]
New Pokemon Snap Review
I struggle to think of a franchise as dominant as Pokémon. For 20 years, these cute monsters have continued to take the world by storm. Game after game, Anime series, expensive merchandise, the Pokemon cafe in Toyko (which I hope to visit at some point in my life), and so much more, this superpower in […]
STATE OF PLAY 2021 - LINEUP
Like every year sony conducted State of Play event in which they reveal upcoming titles on their platform and other news. So if you forgot to watch it on live we are here to tell you all the new titles announced. Let us begin FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDY`s : SECURITY BREACH After being teased for […]
A review of Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory
Before I begin, I’m going to preface this review by stating that I have not played Melody of Memory to full completion. Quite frankly, there’s not much you’re missing by doing so, but that will be mentioned later on. Also I will not be covering the slice of story that’s found there. Which, by the […]