Game Review: Psychonauts 2

Studio: Double Fine Released: August 25, 2021 Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liJTZfJhOcs In this game by Double Fine, 10-year-old Razputin Aquato works to achieve his dream of joining the Psychonauts, a secret agent taskforce of psychics who use their abilities to jump into minds and accomplish various missions. I got my introduction to this series a little bitContinue reading “Game Review: Psychonauts 2”

Game Review: A Glimpse at Spiritfarer

Studio: Thunder Lotus Released: August 18, 2020 Spiritfarer is a sweet, organizational game of preparing loved ones to pass on and dealing with mortality. The main character, Stella, gets tasked by the ancient being Charon with assuming the role of the titular “Spiritfarer,” a shepherd of sorts for spirits caught in-between life and the unknownContinue reading “Game Review: A Glimpse at Spiritfarer”

We Went to the Game That Day & Close Avian Encounter (By Marc Stockwell-Moniz)(with a Bonus)

We Went to the Game That Day [Author’s Note: This poem/story is about my fond memories of going to a Boston Red Sox game when I was a young boy. My father pulled me out of school one day to go to an afternoon game. It’s one of the highlight snapshots of my childhood. Amazingly,Continue reading “We Went to the Game That Day & Close Avian Encounter (By Marc Stockwell-Moniz)(with a Bonus)”

Game Review: Undertale

Released in 2015 on Steam, Toby Fox’s Undertale is a game about choices and, arguably, freewill. A child in a striped shirt climbs a mountain and falls deep into the underground kingdom of monsters, trapped there by a magical barrier after a war with the human population. Your role as a player is then toContinue reading “Game Review: Undertale”

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