Dark Souls Remastered: It’s the Dark Souls of Remasters

Anyone that knows me can easily figure out that Dark Souls is one of my favorite video games. It added and expanded onto the mechanics that defined its spiritual predecessor, Demon's Souls, making a difficult game feel even more intimidating. Those who play the Souls games know just how terribly difficult and frustrating they can be. Where other action … Continue reading Dark Souls Remastered: It’s the Dark Souls of Remasters

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Stories Untold Review: Stranger Things

Love it or hate it, Netflix's Stranger Things helped revitalize nostalgia for 1980s pop culture. Be it fashion, gaming, or kids totally get away with riding bikes around town unattended, the show certainly sparked an interest for days gone by. The aesthetics of the time period formed the foundation of No Code's Stories Untold, a … Continue reading Stories Untold Review: Stranger Things

The Tale of Sir Henry (aka Justice for Theresa)

Henry, the former blacksmith turned revengeancer, has proven himself to be an interesting character in Kingdom Come: Deliverance. For a character who witnessed the horrible and brutal slaying of his parents by Sigismund's army of mercenary terrorists, he has plenty of moments where he comes off as an endearing doofus--and I'm totally fine with this. There's nothing … Continue reading The Tale of Sir Henry (aka Justice for Theresa)

Giant Spider and Me: A Post-Apocalyptic Tale v.1 by Kikori Morino: Creepy Crawly

Every fiber of my being wants to hate this book. Look, I don’t like spiders. I mean I really don’t like spiders. Ever since one crawled up my leg as a kid, I’ve held an aversion to these multi-legged nightmares. I couldn’t comfortably sit through portions of Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and … Continue reading Giant Spider and Me: A Post-Apocalyptic Tale v.1 by Kikori Morino: Creepy Crawly