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Call of Cthulhu – Path to Madness

Welcome to my first game review of 2022! Another game beat, it seems that I've spent the last few months clearing the horror games on my backlog the most since I've started to enjoy survival horror games more! This one I had to play since I'm a Lovecraft fan, it's inspired by his most famous… Continue reading Call of Cthulhu – Path to Madness

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Little Misfortune – Fox Protector, Monster Child Abductor

Happiness to the blog! I spent last weekend playing another indie game in the backlog and I am torn whether to consider it an adventure or a horror game because it does have some scary elements to it. Either way, it was an interesting game with beautiful graphics. That game is Little Misfortune. Misfortune is… Continue reading Little Misfortune – Fox Protector, Monster Child Abductor

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Plague Inc. Evolved – Ruling the Earth

Be honest, this is the last game you'd expect me to play, but I wanted to check it out long before COVID-19 started ravaging the Earth! Simply put, Plague Inc. Evolved is a strategy game that originally started off as a board game. In the game, the objective is to infect the world with your… Continue reading Plague Inc. Evolved – Ruling the Earth

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Mass Effect Legendary Edition – Fighting The Reapers For The Umpteenth Time

I'm going to do things a little differently for this article. I always have a set format for game reviews and I remember fondly when I first started doing them, like my review for War for Cybertron, I was still trying to figure out how to write it, but I had a great time doing… Continue reading Mass Effect Legendary Edition – Fighting The Reapers For The Umpteenth Time

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Resident Evil Village – Four Lords and the Mother

Lycans and gentlemen, we thank you for waiting! Now let the games began! It's time for the review you've all been waiting for this year, after many dreams, debates about whether to play or not and a signed print from the actor of a character I fell for, it's time for me to share my… Continue reading Resident Evil Village – Four Lords and the Mother

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RE7 – Heroes, Tapes, and Swamp Men

I'm back! After writing last month's music post, I decided to take a break from blogging to catch up on some gaming and some other writing I was doing on Wattpad. I recently finished a story I started writing a year ago, which was an extended version of a dream that I remember utterly every… Continue reading RE7 – Heroes, Tapes, and Swamp Men

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Resident Evil 7 Biohazard – A Molded Family

Well, I did it, I survived. That's right I made it through my first Resident Evil game and this felt a lot more like a true survival horror gaming experience compared to the other horror games that I've played! Yack yack spoilers as usual, and some strong language here and there, read at your own… Continue reading Resident Evil 7 Biohazard – A Molded Family

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F.E.A.R – The Girl Behind the Soldiers

This is a classic shooter game that I've beaten a long time ago, you could say that it counts as survival horror in a way. I thought I would put out a review for it because it is one of my favorite FPS's even if I've only completed it once. F.E.A.R. which stands for First… Continue reading F.E.A.R – The Girl Behind the Soldiers

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The Ancient Gods Part II – Armageddon

Hell yeah, I'm on a roll! I just completed the second DLC for DOOM Eternal and I've had an absolute blast with this game over the past few months, even if it did involve a little grinding! This DLC is only a couple of months old and I feel like I had a dream the… Continue reading The Ancient Gods Part II – Armageddon

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Cat Quest – Dragonblood vs. Drakoth

That's a wrap on another indie game! Honestly, this one was a mixture of things but I wanted to play it because I love cats! Cat Quest is an RPG adventure game where you play as a cat setting out to save your sister from a dark lord named Drakoth. In this world, there are… Continue reading Cat Quest – Dragonblood vs. Drakoth