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My Favorite Darksiders Boss Fights Part IV

Last but not least, it's time to talk about the bosses from Darksiders Genesis, this was a lot harder since the game had a different approach to gameplay and I enjoyed fighting the bosses from its predecessors at a camera angle where they took up half of my screen! That being said this game isn't… Continue reading My Favorite Darksiders Boss Fights Part IV

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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

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Female Gamer Mythbusting

It's not easy being a gamer that's for sure, it's sometimes even harder to be a gamer and be female. We've come a long way given that we now make up at least 50% of the global gaming population. But aside from the usual problems we still face like harassment, lack of opportunities/revenue if we… Continue reading Female Gamer Mythbusting

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Ancient Gods Part I – Resurrection

That's a wrap on the first DLC of DOOM Eternal, I must say that it was definitely harder than the main campaign even on Hurt Me Plenty and being a DLC, it's shorter than the base game. After the defeat of the Khan Maykr and the Icon of Sin, the demons have now overtaken Urdak… Continue reading Ancient Gods Part I – Resurrection

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Steam Summer Sale 2021 – What I Bought

It's that time of the year pyjaks and it's extremely easy to fall for! Sometimes I don't want to because my backlog is big enough already but I've actually done a decent job clearing some things off of it the past month. Sure it may not have been like ten games, since working full-time has… Continue reading Steam Summer Sale 2021 – What I Bought

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My Favorite Darksiders Boss Fights Part III

Time for the next part of this series! These are fun to write and I always have to think them through before I begin. Darksiders III was definitely the most challenging game of this series. It strongly emphasizes on proper evasion timing in order to land a successful counter. Some people don't like constant dodging… Continue reading My Favorite Darksiders Boss Fights Part III

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What Remains of Edith Finch – Pieces of a Lost Family

Another indie game completed. Sometimes I just need to prioritize squeezing these in between the bigger games I play (and replay!) and then I discover that it doesn't take me long to complete indie games like these. Today's indie game review is none other than What Remains of Edith Finch. I have seen a couple… Continue reading What Remains of Edith Finch – Pieces of a Lost Family

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My Favorite Darksiders Boss Fights Part II

Continuing on with this series, the second Darksiders game has even more boss fights than the last and this time it's more about just hitting em until they die, rather than aiming for certain weak spots. I've had to also rely on timing my dodges and using certain Wrath abilities to turn the tide. I… Continue reading My Favorite Darksiders Boss Fights Part II

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DOOM Eternal – Earth Apocalypse for a Dying Urdak

Against all the evil that Hell can conjure, all the wickedness that mankind can produce, we will send unto them... only you. Rip and tear, until it is done. Nope, not the Dark Lord this time, but still, bravo to you if you read that in King Novik's voice! It's time for another game review… Continue reading DOOM Eternal – Earth Apocalypse for a Dying Urdak

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Kar En Tuk

That means "Rip and Tear" in Argenta. Well, I stayed up late last night finally beating DOOM Eternal and I came out unscathed and full of energy and happiness. For a few weeks I had delayed doing the last few levels of the campaign because after acquiring a new Crucible, I was approaching the point… Continue reading Kar En Tuk