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Dust: An Elysian Tail, Part 1 - AAAH! MONSTERS!

Howdy, folks! Today, we begin playing Dust: An Elysian Tale, a beautiful game with a fantastic story that I’m sure you’ll all love. It starts off a bit slow, but that’s ok, right? 32 more words

Dust: An Elysian Tail

Story Time Podcast (ep. 9) - Dreaming Of A White Christmas


recorded: January 5, 2016
featuring: Matthew, Brighton

At this time of year when we gather together with friends and family to enjoy each other’s company and to look forward to a new year full of promise and hope, let us not forget those who pick up our charitable slack by being douchebags 24/7 in our stead. 131 more words


2015 Games - Year Review

2015 was a slow year for me. Due to time constraints until Q3 of the year, I didn’t get to try out most of AAA games, In addition to that, I played some games that came out in 2014 and I missed. 837 more words


Steam Challenge - Dust: An Elysian Tail

This is part of my Steam Challenge Series (the full list is here).

Dust is a super impressive game from one developer, who apparently did everything but the sound himself. 601 more words

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The tails of Abbygail wins big with KIDS FIRST!

If this information that Portland’s very own your tails regarding Abbygail will be shifting in order to Saturdays with 9 of the wasn’t adequate news, this actually is positive for you to obtain the inner dog jumping for joy. 197 more words

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Dust: An Elysian Tail

EDIT: Originally published at – http://particledestabilizer.tumblr.com/post/122220147908/dust-an-elysian-tail

Another bunch of words about a video game. Much shorter than the last time.

I downloaded Dust literally years ago, but have been constantly putting it off, until after E3 2015, when my craving for any kind of Metroidvania-esque action platformer hit an all time high (reminder: finish Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia). 529 more words


Xbox One Game Review - Ori and the Blind Forest (2015)

Ori and the Blind Forest is a platform adventure game designed by Moon Studios, an independent developer, and published by Microsoft Studios. I first became aware of the game when it was presented at E3 2014. 750 more words

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