Indie Corner Episode 11: It's That Time Again!
It’s been a while since I wrote an indie article. March and April have been big months both for game releases and worldwide events. Itch.io, Fanatical and Humble Bundle all released gigantic charity bundles in March to support the people of Ukraine, and I picked up the first two. Firstly, some old updates on games […]
How to be a Pokemon Master: Ranking Every Mainline Pokemon Game! Part 1
It took two years, but I finally ended up with Covid. It has taken me a while to push through it. I spent a lot of my time curled up in bed with Lemsip, painkillers, and stuff to pass the time, and a lot of that was Pokemon. I recently finished Ultra Sun for my […]
Elex 2 Early Impressions: For Better and Worse
I’ve been looking forward to Elex 2 ever since it got announced. I’ve always found Piranha Bytes to be an odd game studio. They’ve been around for decades, releasing their first game Gothic in 2001 and continuing their path ever since. They have an enormous cult following in Europe, with one of the most passionate […]
Warhammer III: An Orgy of Blood, Guts and Demons
Introduction Warhammer Total War III is the start of something massive, something that is an evolving process of all the previous lessons learned from the predecessor’s two successive back to back prequels: Warhammer I and II, and delivers confidently on that front. For the first time, Creative Assembly also launches itself into a full narrative […]
Exploring The Horrors Of Psychology And Identity in Martha Is Dead – A Review
“Giulia must come with me, I demanded, but they both claimed to be Martha…”
Indie Corner: Episode 6 (A New Year!)
It’s been quite a while since I continued this series, isn’t it? It’s a new year, and more games than ever are being released. 2022 looks like it could be one of the biggest years in gaming in a long time, and already we’ve seen some pretty cool stuff, both on the indie and AAA […]
Finding the Fun in Mediocrity: Watchdogs Legion
Here’s an interesting question: Do games have to be good to be enjoyable? Short answer = no. Not necessarily. Of course I’d prefer games to be well designed that don’t frustrate me. I’ve played many games which I’ve grown to love playing even if they have a lot of jank and problems holding them back. […]
SpeakableCassie's Top Ten Games of 2021! - Part 2
The countdown of SpeakableCassie’s top ten games of 2021 continues here in part 2!
SpeakableCassie's Top Ten Games of 2021! - Part 1
2021 may be over, but we can still talk about some of its best and brightest experiences!
My Top 5 Games of 2021
Here we are: The Top 5! It’s been a long journey. It’s been more difficult writing this series than last year. It’s been a tough one both on my physical and mental health, but I’m pleased with how these have turned out all the same. While I’ve been disappointed with the lacking AAA titles this […]