My Top Ten Stories of All Time: 7-6

Moving down the list, we've got my 7th and 6th favorite stories of all time!  Displaying some of the most thematically powerful storytelling I've experienced in my life, we've got some stories that, in my mind, have very undeniable quality, yet aren't quite the things that have touched me on a personal level.  They're wonderful... Continue Reading →

Reading Between Gaming Reviews: Iji

Remember when Undertale came out, and the existence of Pacifist, Genocide, and Neutral routes blew EVERYONE'S mind?  A game where morality is not only encouraged, but is implemented into the unique gameplay, implemented into the story?  Well damn, whaddya know. However, there was a game that existed for a while before Undertale was ever known... Continue Reading →

My Top Five Indie Video Games!

The work of an independent artist can be amazing to see sometimes. Whether it's indie music, an independently written webcomic, or an independent game developer, having that control is both a blessing and a curse.  Not restrained by quality controls, by specific rules and ideas, the artist in question can experiment to their heart's content.... Continue Reading →

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