I am not an FPS fan, nor have I ever been a fan of the Call of Duty series. I hold nothing against it, but it seems that in their goal to bring the sensitive issues of war, Nazis, and Jim Crow America to light became an insensitive and irresponsible design of historical revisionism and inadvertent abuse towards black people. Continue reading “Call of Duty WWII: Explosive Show of Insensitivity?”
Picture it: 1999, a small desert city in America. Little 11 year old Ash and her big sister at home in the dark. We start up the Playstation (it was just Playstation back then, not PS1!) and we pop in the new game we rented at Blockbuster – Silent Hill. The old tube TV is dark so we can barely see. The game starts with this great cinematic opening and then….silence. Until the giant winged demon thing from hell attacks and my sister and I are screaming murder at 11pm! Continue reading “Something Witty About Why I Don’t Play Horror Games And It’s Silent Hill’s Fault”
One’s psyche can be one of the scariest places we venture, not just during month of Halloween, but in our lives everyday. While I am no professional on the human psyche, I wanted to bring you my personal impression and experience of Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. Continue reading “Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Review”
Welcome to Part 1 of the Legend of Music. Let’s jump right in. Continue reading “The Legend of Music Part 1: Link’s Awakening”
Any fan of the Legend of Zelda series can tell you the role of music features just as much importance as Link, Zelda, and Gannon themselves.