The amount of music I listen to on a daily basis is pretty high – and yes, I do have a rather lengthy gaming playlist. So in combination of both music and video games is a genre that I’ve played much titles of over the years. In this Ramble I’m going to cover each one~
Platform(s): PC, PS4, Xbox One
Discovery: Steam front page
Playtime: 71 minutes
Disclaimer: My first impression “reviews” basically have no format. I kind of just barf my thoughts into a semi-coherent post. 😀
Alright. Call me late to the party, but Rocket League has been sitting on my wishlist for a good few months now. So lo and behold, FREE WEEKEND! What’s better than full access for a demo to try-before-I-buy.
Platform(s): Android, iOS
Price: Free, with limited features. $2.99 for full game unlock.
Discovery: Name drop from a YouTuber
Playtime: Approx. 5 hours
Disclaimer: As this is a Progress Review, I have not fully played the game. This review is based on my impressions given the amount of time I have spent so far. Some things mentioned may be resolved/improved on had I finished the game and received a more complete experience.
Card Crawl is a fantasy-themed “solitaire-style” mobile game. Although the game is free, only normal games and unlocking new ability cards are available while the rest of the features are locked and require purchase of the full game.
Totally worth the effort!
One of the things I love about playing video games are those crowning moments where you manage to pull off something incredible, either out of sheer luck or after many attempts.
So today, I’m going to share two of some of my favorite moments, starting with the first one from Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor. (Unfortunately I don’t have specific screenshots or videos showing either, so please enjoy somewhat-related pictures instead!)
“Time rots everything, Booker. Even hope.”