REVIEWSFreedom Wars Review
Questions of robot rights and dystopian ethics don’t often hit as hard as they do in Freedom Wars, though once they do core combat gameplay loops should have you enslaved.
PAC-MAN and the Ghostly Adventur Review
Is the entire Ghostly Adventures series, including the TV show, a prequel to the rest of Pac-Man’s life? Because in my childhood I seem to remember Pac having a girlfriend and a kid, not worrying about Pac-puberty.
PREVIEWSResident Evil Revelations 2 Preview
Capcom returns to the episodic format that entertained us in the first game of the sub series published on Nintendo 3DS and followed with a console release. What will Claire and company uncover this time?
This is another article from Blistered Thumbs I wrote, back from the dead after being buried in the way-back machine. I posted this back in April of 2013, and many of the issues present seem to be prevalent right now in some cases, namely the decrees of sexism and misogony. Considering current...
The thing I like about KOTOR the most is that it simply sucks you in. This game is so beautifully designed that you feel as if you are the main character. This is one of the very few games where I have felt a wide variety of emotions while playing: anger, love, fear, sadness. This is due in no small part to the epic, galaxy-spanning story (in my opinion, the area where KOTOR succeeds and KOTOR II fails). I won't give away the legendary plot twist, in case you haven't played this game yet, but suffice it to say that I, along with many other gamers, was shocked. Along with the story comes excellent Star Wars sound and music, smooth semi-turn-based gameplay, and sufficient graphics. But this game really isn't about that. It's about the experience.