WolfQuest: Anniversary Edition by Eduweb (2019)

You start off the game as a 2-year-old wolf in Yellowstone Park who has left their natal pack to carve out a living away from the nest. Your primary goal is to survive by hunting prey and avoiding competitor species such as bears, mountain lions, and the enormous wolf packs that hold territory around you. 
The hunts are thrilling, all the competitors and potential mates are engaging, and it’s honestly just cool to zoom around with the speed of a greyhound (when in real life I can barely climb the stairs without feeling winded). … More WolfQuest: Anniversary Edition by Eduweb (2019)

10 Quick Reviews: Incredibles 2, Marvel, Prince of Egypt, Kubo, and Portal

This summer was a summer of movie watching and videogame playing. So as summer comes to a close, I want to take a blog post to do some quick reviews on pieces I didn’t have too many thoughts about. I mean hey, if you don’t have a lot of thoughts about one movie, why not just shove ten others together?  … More 10 Quick Reviews: Incredibles 2, Marvel, Prince of Egypt, Kubo, and Portal

Life is Strange by Dontnod Entertainment (2015)

In my view, whether or not someone likes this game is entirely dependent on how they view Chloe Price by the end of it. Chloe has a strong personality, which will polarize people: either they will be fond of her at the end, or hate her at the end, with hardly any in between. This makes the game fuck up people who learn to love her (like me). I do want to mention, however, that I hated Chloe at first. More on that in the spoilers section… … More Life is Strange by Dontnod Entertainment (2015)