I’d never heard of "The Secret of Monkey Island," but after booting it up on the Amiga, I was amazed. It was then that I realized fantastic worlds I thought only existed inside of books could be brought to life through a video game.
Stacking skill comes with one very unique drawback. It’s called the Tetris effect, and it’s an actual thing. And I have it bad.
Fi. Oh, Fi. You could have been so much.
The video games, films, books, music, and art people consume truly make up a significant portion of their identity.
I make no secret of the fact that Link from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is my favorite character in all of video games.
A letter of reflection to Isabelle.
One of my favorite pieces of imagery in this gorgeous game is the moon, it's gradient yellows hanging large at the end of a long journey.
We’re walking around in a world that is distinctly not designed for adventures. Technology has allowed pretty much every mile of land to be tracked and cataloged, and humans inhabit pretty much every livable quadrant of the map. If you’ve ever played an open world adventure game like Skyrim, Dragon Age, or Zelda, you’ll quickly realize… Continue Reading