I have a feeling I'll be writing about this game a lot lol.

I'm really impressed by the physics in this game! Maybe it's standard now, I haven't played a "new" game in a while, but the water is just amazing. Rivers have actual flow, that will pull you along. Swimming with the flow will move you faster, swimming against it slows you down.

Randomly, in the middle of nowhere I saw a cart (like what you'd hook up to a horse or ox) just bobbing along a river, slowly moving towards a waterfall. I helped push it along and watched it fall down the waterfall, then got swept down as well. The cart was still just bobbing down the river. I know it's just random, but I found it... Read All


As per @Chowda 's recommend I downloaded the Dungeon Defenders demo off Steam. Rolled a Mage and went with all the defaults. Tried single player as I didn't want to be eviscerated as a noob.

The intro didnt say a ton about how things worked and over the first few waves I figured things out. Basically it's a first person tower defense game. Graphics are good and the play control in confused me a couple of times.

Survived well into the last wave when an Ogre spawned. I focused on the Ogre way too late and he killed the eternia crystal, which is what you are protecting so game over. Spawned in a tavern and the game explained what that was all about.

I like the art of the game... Read All


By now everyone who loves Borderlands may have seen the Borderlands 2 gameplay footage that someone took with a shaky cam. If not, check it out! I am now even more excited about Borderlands 2.

Dual wielding? Epic.


AdamPFarnsworth gives this an astounding "Must Play" on the Ghost Scale
This achieves something special, and it would be a shame to miss it.
AdamPFarnsworth gives this a "Must Play" on the Ghost Scale
This achieves something special, and it would be a shame to miss it.
I got the game a couple days ago, and am totally hooked. It's so open-ended that it can be difficult to choose what to do!

I was stealing some stuff from a shopkeeper's basement. He heard me and came down and attacked. I beat him up and he fell to the ground, then his adult daughter came down, attacking as well, and I killed her. Later, I came upon a quest where I found a treasure (a Golden Claw), and had to figure out who it belonged to to give it to. Turns out it was the shopkeeper's. So I gave it to him (he didn't die from our fight), but he just said "I just wish my daughter was here to enjoy it." Man, what a downer!

But, I ended up stealing a "dragonstone" from his... Read All


Been recently spending time playing another iPhone runner game called "Don't Run With a Plasma Sword." I like the game because you can play in a story mode or a endless running mode where you try and get further each time. You can upgrade your abilities as you collect experience as with other freemium iPhone titles you can pay to upgrade immediately.

The game has a really fun style in that its styled after a old sci-fi B Movie. Before each level you are bestowed wisdom on how to handle your plasma sword such as "Don't stir your coffee with a plasma sword," "Don't shovel with a plasma sword" and "Don't duck and cover with a plasma sword."

Its fun and its also free so no... Read All


During the Steam Christmas sale I decided that picking up Dungeon Defenders for really cheap was probably a good investment. This is my first tower defense game and I am very pleasantly surprised! I thought I would share my thoughts on the game after spending way to much time playing it already.

Graphics - The art style is very stylized. Though it looks a little childish with the oversized proportions and funny dances, it performs very well. Even with several hundred monsters and towers firing as fast as they can, I have yet to encounter screen lag. The color palette is aesthetically pleasing and I can honestly say I have no problems with the art direction.

Gameplay - I... Read All


If I had a list of games that impacted how I think about art and life, The Legend of Zelda: Links Awakening would be on my list. I come back and play this game every three years or so simply because the story is absolutely stunning. I plan on writing more during my next playthrough on Cheerful Ghost, so expect more at some point.

I was never moved more by any video game ending than this one. Plenty of games brought me to thinking about life in certain ways, like Final Fantasy III and how frail humans really are. But this game sticks with me as a game that really made me feel invested in the world and I cared what happened to it. Being that the game was on the Gameboy... Read All


So fun to play with a group. I love the tetris feel with extra goals. Fun!!!


I like the yoga on the wii fit. So I got this to practice more. What a disappointment. It was not a wait and does give me a workout but not what I was hoping for. It also tells you you are doing a pose wrong but doesn't tell you how to do it right. Good game if you know the poses already and know you do them right.


This is a fun game to help you feel like your connecting with the season. Gives variety.


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