Another No Man’s Sky snap from a paradise planet. Widescreen this time.
Despite the game having ~281 trillion unique planets (per galaxy), it’s very difficult to find hospitable, “paradise” planets. Finally, I found one.
You are Commander Shepard of the starship Normandy and you are the last hope for all life in the Galaxy. Saren, a rogue member of the elite and untouchable Spectre […]
In 1995 when point and click adventure games were, in my opinion, at their pinnacle, Lucasarts crafted a game that melded cel animation, 3D animation, voice acting, cinematography, and musical […]
his is Part 3 of my retro replay of Star Wars: Dark Forces XL, Mission 03: Anoat City – The Subterranean Hideout where Kyle goes on a mission under the streets of Anoat to find Imperial weapon designer Moff Rebus.
This is Part 2 of my retro replay of Star Wars: Dark Forces XL, Mission 02: Talay: Tak Base – After The Massacre, where Mon Mothma sends Kyle on another mission to a base recently destroyed by the empire.
This is Part 1 of my retro replay of Star Wars: Dark Forces (XL), Mission 01: The Death Star plans: Operation Skyhook – Secret base, where Kyle infiltrates an Imperial base and steals the Death Star plans.
No Man’s Sky was one of the most highly anticipated games of the year, with over 293,000 pre-orders. Now that the game has been out for several weeks, many players […]
I spent (and still spend) a lot of time immersed in books and storytelling during the late 1980s and early 1990s, so I naturally migrated to the burgeoning genre of adventure […]
Note: This is a guest review by Michael. I just finished Dragonlance: Return of the Green . . . I mean Dragons of Spring Dawning. Like I said in my […]
Note: This is a guest review by Michael. I’m back with another review of an epic fantasy novel. Last time I stopped by I reviewed Dragonlance: The Fellowship of the […]
Note: This is a guest review by Michael. So I decided to read a fantasy novel again and based on a recommendation I agreed to try one of the Dragonlance […]