Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time – Game Review

The theme song is already in your head, isn’t it? It got lodged there for me as soon as I found out that we were getting a new Samurai Jack game. Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time is the latest from Soleil Ltd., published by Adult Swim Games. They previously made Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Strikers.… Continue reading Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time – Game Review

Game Review – Home

"Where am I? Is this blood? What have I done?"

Okay, just finished my first playthrough of Home, an indie game developed by Benjamin Rivers, newly available via Steam. I’m a lightweight when it comes to horror stuff, but I’m a little freaked out here.  I bought it (for all of $2.54) because of the old school graphics, and the thought that what happened is based… Continue reading Game Review – Home

Vintage Gaming – X-Com Series

The Summer Steam Sale has only gotten me for one thing so far, and it’s the X-Com series of games.  I’ve never played them, and I figured it’s time.  I’ll be updating this post with thoughts on each of the games as time permits.  Feel free to comment with your memories or strategies as you… Continue reading Vintage Gaming – X-Com Series

Lightning Game Review – Realm of the Mad God

I was glancing through the Steam ‘Free to Play’ section, lamenting how bad Star Trek Online was when I tried it, when I spotted Realm of the Mad God.  The vintage 8-bit style caught my eye, and it promised fast-paced cooperative action which would be a refreshing change from the heavy fantasy RPGs I’ve played… Continue reading Lightning Game Review – Realm of the Mad God

Essential Software

I just got a new laptop (this Toshiba, if you are curious) and as such, have a blank slate for new software to install.  In case it’s helpful, here’s what I put on any new PC: System Tools: Daemon Tools – No, not for pirated software.  I have, over the years, lost or damaged a… Continue reading Essential Software