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Let’s Talk Early Access

If you're a gamer like me, you're definitely familiar with the term "Early Access" devs use this to release a game to the public to purchase but it is not the final version. Unlike demos, this is the full version of the game for us to play, however, there are still things that are a… Continue reading Let’s Talk Early Access

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Journey – I Fly To The Top And Back

I don't know how I didn't discover this game sooner. It's made by the same devs who did Flower, which is a beautiful and relaxing indie game I love with a heartfelt message behind it. Journey is very similar and it is the first game I have played on my Steam Deck. It performed very… Continue reading Journey – I Fly To The Top And Back

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Cat Quest II – War of Two Kings

Another Cat Quest game! After enjoying the first (and I'm not done with it because there are some challenged I still want to try) I was stoked to play the second and acquired it on last year's summer sale. I still remember a side quest from the first game where I met a dog disguised… Continue reading Cat Quest II – War of Two Kings

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Brütal Legend – The Power of Metal Against Evil

This game was made for me, wrapped like a present under the Christmas tree with a golden ribbon tied in a neat bow. Why do I say that? Because it has two things I love in one package: fighting demons and heavy metal! I actually finished this game on Jack Black's birthday which was quite… Continue reading Brütal Legend – The Power of Metal Against Evil

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Gamescom 2022 Surprises

This month we got Gamescom 2022. I didn't watch the full presentation but there was at least two tidbits that caught my eye from either watching it live or catching up on info via Twitter later on. There might still be more things I missed but these things made me happy the most. https://i.ytimg.com/vi/gHKUQgBytHA/maxresdefault.jpg Metal… Continue reading Gamescom 2022 Surprises

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Steam Deck Rambles – Arrival and Playtime

I waited a whole year for this and it finally came! When Valve first announced the Steam Deck last year, I was pretty open-minded about it. I placed my reservation for the most expensive model because having more than enough storage space is essential. One year and seven weeks later I did not get my… Continue reading Steam Deck Rambles – Arrival and Playtime

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Kirby’s Dream Buffet – Delicacy of Adorableness

A new Kirby game is out and I was in love with this one the moment I saw it. It sent my sweet and salty cravings into overdrive and I couldn't wait to try it! Anyone who looks at Kirby's Dream Buffet might be thinking that it looks a lot like Fall Guys with its… Continue reading Kirby’s Dream Buffet – Delicacy of Adorableness

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Dead Space – Discovery of the Outbreak

It took me a while to complete this game, I never thought I was going to finish it because I got stuck at a few areas with zero-G and a vacuum that frustrated me a lot, so I procrastinated for a long time on giving it another chance and here we are! I have now… Continue reading Dead Space – Discovery of the Outbreak

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Sudoku and Zodiac with Cats

Today I'm going to do something a little different. I normally don't review puzzle games, hell there's still some simulation games I still haven't written proper reviews for because there is so much content! I've played two more games by Devcats and here I shall be sharing my thoughts on them! Sudocats That's right, it's… Continue reading Sudoku and Zodiac with Cats

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A Building Full Of Cats – Pet Them All

It's time for another little indie game ramble! I wish I could remember if I bought this before or after the summer sale this year but it was really cheap and it's another game about cats so yeah. I should make a category in my Steam library for cat games! While the residents of this… Continue reading A Building Full Of Cats – Pet Them All