Legacy of the First Blade is one of the most egregious lesbian storylines I’ve ever seen.
I don’t need another anger hobby, I have Twitter. Give me easy games, bud. That’s what I want.
“Maybe it’s my depression talking, but I think running errands is heroic.”
It’s a really pretty game, though, and there’s a very good dog.
This game was exactly what I needed: a couple of hours where my busy brain could focus on tangible puzzles with achievable solutions.
“It’s not even about fanciness or property ownership as much as it’s about imagining if my house could just be clean right now? It’s a powerful drug, let me tell you.”
Merlin’s Beard, Jam City! Way to take all the magic out of Hogwarts!
The combat has a frenetic arcade-iness that makes me a little giddy even as I’m being chewed up by the robot dog that was for some reason built under the metallic skirts of the robot diva that was for some reason deemed an essential part of the robot invasion force.
Celeste sets out to climb a mountain and learns a whole lot about herself along the way.
Rather than simply acknowledging the ridiculous trope of no female agency in dating sims and attempting to explain it away from a meta perspective, I wish the game had instead just given the girls more agency.
You are sure that you are marching each Finch toward their death, and you want to do something different, but these stories have already been written.
I died a lot of times! I also collected every piece of trash I ever saw, turned myself into a bottle of whiskey to sneak into a narrow doorway, and accidentally recycled a few crew members into organic materials. I regret maybe that last thing, but very little else. This is a good game.
So basically, in summary, they took all the things you were afraid of as a child and they made a four-hour-long game that I recommend.
“You have to wonder which things came and went while you were busy being Saturn and now you maybe won’t have a chance to be them ever at all.”
Think of the 2001 Disney Channel Original Movie Motocrossed without the bikes and plus a whole lot of kink.
It’s nothing more than a story, which I don’t think I have to tell you is potentially the biggest best thing there is. Play it. Spooky friendship. Just play it.
A brief journey through the clicker games that have, if only briefly, buoyed me through ennui, ranked very subjectively by how effectively they distracted me from the always-looming malaise that dogs my every step!
“We take the role of Ryder, who is a far cry from Commander Shepard. She’s young and untried, great at sudoku but bad at flirting. She’s awkward and not entirely ready for command. She never quite carries that mantle of authority we got used to with Shepard, but when she earns the respect of her crew it feels genuine and nice. I like her. She’s a good hot nerd.”
No one who had ever seen MMOs in their infancy would have supposed them to be taken over by Janeites.
Exactly what it says on the box. Fallen London has an iOS app. It’s also pretty gay. Let’s play.