Beginning the Revolution in Road 96: Mile 0 - A Review
“Aya, I mean, she was my best friend, Z. Before you anyway…”
SpeakableCassie's Top Ten Games of 2022! - Part 2
Jump right into the conclusion of SpeakableCassie’s top ten games of the year, and bask in their b
SpeakableCassie's Top Ten Games of 2022! - Part 1
2022 has been an exceptional year for gaming. We’ve seen a wide selection of memorable titles grace our consoles and computers across these past twelve months, ranging from absolutely mind-blowing AAA blockbusters to mesmerizing indie experiences of all shapes and sizes! With the pandemic that shook the world through 2020 and 2021 no longer affecting […]
Fixing the Past to Save the Future in Eternal Threads - A Review
“Six erroneous fatalities… Could be worse, Forty Three.”
SpeakableCassie's Ominous October Spookathon - Part 4
Happy Halloween to all the boils, ghouls, and non-boo-nary people out there! It’s that terrifyingly fun time of year once again when I celebrate both the best and the worst that horror gaming has to offer. It’s also that time of year when I continue my failed attempts at coming up with a spooky greeting […]
Secure, Contain and Protect, in SCP: Secret Files – A Review
I absolutely adore the concept of the SCP Foundation… You may have heard about SCPs before, but I feel it’s worth contextualising the idea to show just how deep the rabbit hole goes. Created in early 2008, the SCP website is a Wikipedia of fictional content, filled to the brim with fan contributions designed to intrigue, terrify and entertain its readers.
Facing Our Fears in Fobia: St. Dinfna Hotel - A Review
Back in 2017 when Resident Evil 7 first came out, I was excited for a multitude of reasons. Chief amongst them, of course, was my undying love for the Resident Evil franchise and my eagerness to see it taken off of Capcom’s back burner. It had already been five years since the last mainline entry in the series, and although Resident Evil: Revelations 2 had been an excellent spin-off to tide me over, The extremely unpopular release of Umbrella Corps had left me worried about the franchise’s future.