Women’s Tune in Video Games

Music is a vital aspect of video games which can help enhance the mood-or at least let you know when an enemy is nearby. Composers Manaka Kataoka  {Not Pictured} This is a woman who has grown over the years with her work on the projects she’s been apart of with Nintendo. Her works include Animal…

The Tragedy that is Edith Finch

Last week I made a post on  Indie Games and I thought it would be best to continue the trend. Last month I finished this very sad game and figured others should join me in my misery. It’s a good game but the ending won’t give you a happy feeling when you see the credits roll….

My Journey into Indie Games

As some of you may have read my post about My gaming history you will know that it’s only been about five years or so when I’ve gotten more serious about gaming as a whole. That being said, I’m a sucker for most anything Square Enix and other big companies create for me to consume most…

A look at June

June was my second month with this blog and I’m happy to say that my numbers doubled from visitors as well as views! I’m hoping that this trend will continue for the duration of this blog, so I want to give thanks to everyone who has been supporting me so far. I feel like I have…

New Subject Matter

I’ve only had this blog running for 2 months now and I’m still trying to figure out what kind of content I want to put out on here. I feel satisfied with my opinion pieces and reviews on video games, but I’ve been feeling like a part of me has been missing on this blog….

Should You Play Transistor? Yes!

Transistor is such a beautiful game that flowed perfectly that I lost track of time every time I sat down to play it. The Transistor soundtrack is one of my favorite video game soundtracks which made everything come together. This review is spoiler free to anyone who was wondering. You play as the amazing Red…

That Gaming Life? That’s too expensive!

Does anyone else feel like this when you have several games coming out that you enjoy? Because this is me almost every time a new game comes out. Gaming is not a cheap hobby, especially if you try to keep up with what comes out as soon as it drops. I have several friends who…

Just take Kairi’s heart

Kingdom Hearts has always been dear to….well to my heart. Not that there needs to be an excuse to talk about my KH feels, but I thought it’d be perfect to talk about something that’s bugged me since a new trailer dropped earlier this week due to E3. Kairi           I…

Hey, Listen!

I’ve been singing a huge portion of my life and I even went to college for vocal performance. I prefer the emotional aspect of singing far more than technical, and that didn’t go well with the school of music. I didn’t fit the mold, my anxiety was through the roof and I needed to switch….

Gaming helps my Mental Health

This is a post that is a little personal to me, and I may just do a series of my own personal opinions which will be different from my usual post. I have high functioning anxiety which means it isn’t as severe an issue that I find it necessary to take medicine, and that is…

Women of Bioshock 2

Bioshock 2 is a rather different experience from the first game, but you get to find out more about the power struggle of Rapture. There were a few changes in gameplay, character involvement, plasmids to name a few, but a big thing I noticed was the number of women within the game. The game had…

My gaming history

I was around ten when I would watch my sister play video games in the living room until late at night on the weekends. She was the one who encouraged me to try Kingdom Hearts on the PS2 and I’ve been Square Enix trash ever since. But it wasn’t until I was in College when…