Resonance: Twin Demons

Okami is one of my favorite games of all time thanks to its unique art style, gameplay, and an amazing soundtrack that includes several of my favorite songs of all time.  In the past, I had discussed Wawku Shrine in the snowy land of Kamui.  It is here that Ammy encounters some of her toughest…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #151

Up this week: Super Mario World (SNES, 1990) – join as we play through this classic game where Mario must save Princess Toadstool and Dinosaur Land from Bowser’s clutches! Cuphead (Switch, 2019) – let’s help Cuphead get out of trouble on Inkwell Isles with in this award-winning and masterfully styled run and gun game. Nostalgic…

The Sims 4: Staying In and Getting Out

This is an ongoing series about my experience playing The Sims 4 for the first time. For other previous posts in the series, click here and here. As I’ve become more comfortable with The Sims 4‘s controls and general atmosphere, I’ve also taken a stab at trying to control my new sim, Peeps, more often…

Ranking Cuphead Bosses: Easiest to Hardest

Since Cuphead‘s release in 2017, the game has become known for two major things, its 1930’s art style and high difficulty.  Now that I, too, have suffered through the many challenging bosses of Cuphead, I thought it would be fun to rank all 19 from easiest to the ones that walloped me the most thoroughly. …

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #150

Up this week: Super Mario World (SNES, 1990) – join as we play through this classic game where Mario must save Princess Toadstool and Dinosaur Land from Bowser’s clutches! Cuphead (Switch, 2019) – let’s help Cuphead get out of trouble on Inkwell Isles with in this award-winning and masterfully styled run and gun game. Nostalgic…

What’s in a Name?

As I’ve been playing quite a lot of The Elder Scrolls Online of late, I recently realized that I’ve become enamored with the strangest distraction: player’s character names. Yes, yes, ESO has brilliant scenery, interesting NPCs, plenty of things to see, loot, and conquer, and yet…more often than not, I’ve found myself at one of…

Cuphead: A Swell Time

When Cuphead was originally released in 2017, people just wouldn’t stop talking about it.  And based on the screenshots I had seen, the game looked cool enough with its 1930’s style graphics.  Nevertheless, I was never actually tempted to try it myself, but rather decided to watch a playthrough of the game on YouTube.  And…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #149

Up this week: Super Mario World (SNES, 1990) – join as we play through this classic game where Mario must save Princess Toadstool and Dinosaur Land from Bowser’s clutches! Cuphead (Switch, 2019) – let’s help get Cuphead out of trouble on Inkwell Isles with in this award-winning and masterfully styled run and gun game Nostalgic…

Wastelanders is good, but it’s still Fallout 76

After hanging up my power armor and bidding not-so-tearful farewell to Fallout 76 late last year, I didn’t figure that I’d see much of Appalachia any time soon, no matter Bethesda’s purported roadmap for the game. The introduction of the Fallout 1st subscription service, while interesting in theory, only soured the situation further. And when…

Resonance: Wawku Shrine

We’ve already written about the Okami soundtrack three times in the past because it’s just that good.  Today we’ll be discussing one of my absolute favorite songs of all time, Wawku Shrine.  This is the shrine where resides the Twin Demons, two clockwork owls called Lechku and Nechku.  Being one of the final locations in…