Game Time, Non-Fiction, Review

Game Time: Telltale Game’s “Game of Thrones” is as STRESSFUL and Epic as the Show & Books

As a child of ye olde Choose Your Own Adventure books, I love the games produced by Telltale Games. The dialogue-based, weighted-decision style of gameplay is both stressful and delightfully appealing to me, and I loved The Wolf Among Us, of course. Naturally I was thrilled that there was a Game of Thrones Telltale series coming out,… Continue reading Game Time: Telltale Game’s “Game of Thrones” is as STRESSFUL and Epic as the Show & Books

Game Time, Non-Fiction

Game Time: Campo Santo’s “Firewatch” is a Lingering Tale, a Wonder to Behold

So... I am not super good at playing video games, but I am really solid at watching other people play video games and enjoying the art, the technical achievements, and the storytelling for all it's worth. Especially when the game is beautiful, richly animated, excellently voice-acted, and jaw-droppingly well written. The other night, the Fella… Continue reading Game Time: Campo Santo’s “Firewatch” is a Lingering Tale, a Wonder to Behold

Game Time, Non-Fiction, Review

Game Time: Sushi Go! is Fast, Risky, and Deliciously Fun!

I'm not a very adventurous gamer-type by default. It's something that've learned over time, and cultivated carefully. I love games - we used to have board game nights in high school complete with freshly-baked mini chocolate chip cookies to fuel us. But as someone who didn't become a tabletop gamer of any kind until after… Continue reading Game Time: Sushi Go! is Fast, Risky, and Deliciously Fun!