Category Archives: Game Impression

Essentially a review of a game, but without a traditional scoring system. Unlike Game Recommendations, these will focus on newer games released within the past few years.

Game Impressions: The Walking Dead 400 Days DLC

Alright, now that I’m back functioning and well once again, let’s talk the latest DLC for Telltale’s The Walking Dead game. As some of you may remember, I quite enjoyed the main storyline for Telltale’s The Walking Dead and am … Continue reading

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Game Impressions – Rogue Legacy Demo

Recently I had the pleasure of sitting down with the demo for the new indie title: Rogue Legacy. Currently being completed by new indie company, Cellar Door Games; Rogue Legacy is currently slated to launch tomorrow on the 27th. I … Continue reading

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Game Impressions – Marvel Heroes

So, recently I had a friend recommend we get and subsequently play Torchlight 2. However, I didn’t really feel like spending any money at the time and so counter offered that we try out the new free-to-play Diablo-like MMO: Marvel … Continue reading

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Game Impression: Reus

Truth be told, I’m an unabashed fan of god sims. Maybe it’s because of my love of mythologies or my childhood passion of biology and watching things grow and evolve in a given environment. I love carving the earth, controlling … Continue reading

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Game Impression: Virtue’s Last Reward

As I follow up to my Recommendation of 999 yesterday, I felt now would be a good chance to give you my impressions of its sequel: Virtue’s Last Reward, a game I 100% completed this past January. Virtue’s Last Reward … Continue reading

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Game Impression: Kerbal Space Program (Early Access)

I have to say, the modern era of Indie games out there gives me mixed feelings. Overall, I’m fairly positive about the entire experience. It has never been easier for upcoming and fresh developers to get their product to a … Continue reading

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Game Impression: Little Inferno

Little Inferno is one of those strange titles whose sandbox nature skirts the lines between game and not a game. Yes, there is a narrative. Yes, this narrative is progressed by intentional acts on the player’s part. However, it really … Continue reading

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