I’ve been reading American Gods and SMT really came to mind. So I tried using the series’ music as an influence and to mirror the experience of going down the rabbit hole. The original title was supposed to be Descent into Hell.
It's a good time to be a gamer. We're spoiled by a plethora of options on just about every console/device and virtual reality seems to be just around the corner. But is it too much?
I'll just leave this here.
Not sure where to put this, but I was going through the Egyptian Theatre's schedule for next month and was pleasantly surprised to see some anime double-bills to close out the month. Here's the schedule:
Playing through Persona 3 again, I was reminded of the final boss battle against Nyx. After spending numerous attempts, I had to take a hiatus and return with renewed determination. Eventually, I came out victorious, with the completionist in me finally being able to sleep peacefully.
Why won't she notice me?
It's been over two months since Destiny, the game that was supposed to herald the new console generation, was released. With the initial hype period having died down, a lot of people lost interest, leaving the servers to be populated by the faithful. I was one of those people who was turned off by Destiny's monotony.
Can you believe it? It's been nearly 6 long years since Persona 4. Atlus released Persona 4 Golden to tide us over, but, finally the dawn of a new iteration in the series is upon us. 2015 can't come soon enough. Though Atlus have been shrewd in releasing information, a lot of fans are hyped (myself included). And why…
The lads take a detour through Amsterdam's red-light district.
I figured I'd ask the TAY community for help since I'm at my wits end with Windows. A couple of months ago, I noticed my desktop (running Win7) has been acting oddly. It started with extremely long load times and got to the point where it took about 5 minutes to boot, though the OS is running off an SSD and would…
I've been a Nintendo fanboy since I was 6 years old when I received a SNES from my grandparents as a gift. Since then I've owned every generation of Nintendo consoles and handhelds, barring variants like the Game Boy Micro, DSi XL, etc. As I've grown older, I've been able to divest my nostalgic emotions from the…
It's been an interesting week traipsing around the virtual incarnation of Chicago in the game that's supposed to herald the arrival of the next-gen. I'll admit, like most people my interest was piqued when the game was first revealed, though not because of the visuals, but by the possibilities it offered. Who could…
Faster Than Light's recent major update has me returning to space after months of hiatus with a newfound sense of appreciation for the indie title. With it being ported to the iPad, I couldn't help but think that the best platform for the game would be the 3DS.
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I woke up to a nice surprise from EA in my inbox this morning. I went to redeem my Titanfall beta code in Origin, but I'm unable to play since my Win7 is a 32-bit OS and unfortunately, I hadn't checked up on the system requirements before registering for the beta. Seeing as how it's of no use to me, I thought I'd post…
Not only was Liverpool's match against Fulham a thrilling encounter, but it gave us this image of Jon Flanagan celebrating Steven Gerrard's last gasp penalty. Smash was the first thing that crossed my mind.
Like SMTIV before it, Bravely Default is a game that I've been hyped about ever since a western release was announced. I downloaded it from the eShop last night and haven't really been able to put it down since (well, actually it's been helpful keeping me awake while I monitor the bitcoin price).
Pretty excited since it's my favorite game ever, so thought I'd share.