Shiny New Today: Persona 4 Dancing All Night

Today’s the big day: Persona 4 Dancing All Night is out and ready for all of your rhythm-based fun. You can read up on my thoughts… 64 more words


Lumines: Electronic Symphony

This latest installment in this kinetic puzzle game series, which began in 2004 on the PlayStation Portable (PSP), represents the first original iteration in about five years and offers amazingly colorful visuals, electronic music, challenging puzzle play, and deep statistics. 662 more words

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The Friday Five—3.July.2015

It’s a holiday weekend here in the States which means, um, well, it doesn’t really change a whole lot for me if I’m honest. Why wait for holidays to enjoy yourself, right? 386 more words


Must-Own Games—Vita Edition

Ah, the poor Vita. It seems that, with the exception of the successful PSP, portable systems not named Nintendo struggle in the North American market. Granted, Sony didn’t make it simple—the proprietary (and expensive) memory cards limit sales of the system and of digital games—and have been treating the Vita as though it were a piece of the PS4. 531 more words


In the Rotation—8.May.2015

I don’t really plan on doing much this weekend. I’m kind of low on energy and the weather is yucky here. But that does mean I can get some games going. 196 more words


Week Eight of 2015

So after my successful week seven and the arrival of my new games, week eight was set up well. Despite all of the new arrivals, week eight was dominated by one, The Order: 1886. 247 more words


Why I love video game culture so much

This may come across as preaching to the choir or something of that sort. I don’t care. It also might get personal. I don’t care. I’d rather be sincere and honest about video games. 789 more words