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Tanner Reviews Gone Home (1/25/2015)

The irony is not lost on me that I said that I would cut back on Video Game reviews and then spend the majority of the last couple of months doing nothing but talk about video games. 849 more words


Richard and Alice

I spent a lot of time this week on a L4D2 bender (it happens), but I did manage to squeeze in Richard and Alice, a wonderful, albeit short, story-driven point and click adventure. 298 more words


Fulfilling Johnny's last wish to go to the moon in To the Moon

If thought Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition was a surprising palette cleanser to the lackluster The Incredibles, then I have to imagine this is an even stranger, grander change of direction. 726 more words


2015 Game Review Haiku, #9 – To the Moon

Granting dying wish
Means memories must change, twist
To the moon, Johnny

From 2012 all through 2013, I wrote little haikus here at Grinding Down… 60 more words


Games With Gould - January 2015 Part 1 - D4

Welcome to a new series I’m running where you get to see around the first 20 minutes of gameplay of this month’s Games with Gold on Xbox One, these games are free if you have a gold subscription and hopefully they’ll help you decide if the game is worth your hard drive space.  48 more words


That Won't Do Anything

I can’t use that here.

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Prepare to be surprised by Barely Floating's unlikely hero

Barely Floating likes to challenge your expectations, almost immediately from the get-go. This alone makes it worth seeing, though then you’ll quickly realize it’s a pretty standard point-and-click adventure game once the adventuring begins. 812 more words