~Please note that some of the screengrabs for the games mentioned in this post will be NSFW with blood, gore, and some nudity.~ Since my birthday month of ghoulish and ghostly shenanigans is almost upon us, I thought it would be fun to take a look at my Steam wishlist and share the horror games that I’ve added over the past year or so.
Musical scores are my favourite genre of music. Instrumental and classical sounds are my go-to sanctuary for virtually every single bout of stress that comes my way. The comfort in the notes and the melodies are akin to a combination of meditation and the soothing effects of a hug from someone who brings me the most peace in my life. Even so, there are very few that I can listen to over and over again without getting bored or terribly restless.
One of the elements that tend to make me return to a specific video game over and over again are character classes, particularly if I’m playing an action-RPG or a roguelike. Rogue Legacy 2 is my favourite roguelike (also known as a rogue-lite) to have been released within the past year. In my First Impressions, I went over a lot of the gameplay aspects that I enjoy, including the various class options. Today, I wanted to shine a spotlight on my top three favourite classes to play, and some of the reasons why I consistently make time to visit this game at on a weekly basis.
Since I am such an avid player of HOGs, I thought it would be fun to share with y’all five of the creepiest ones that I have encountered thus far, making them rather ideal for chillaxed Halloween entertainment. These five titles aren’t going to scare the absolute wits out of you, but they all have excellent atmospheres and ambiances to them for this spooky-licious season of frights, and that is what makes them ideal for Halloween.
I gathered a list of twelve anime that I have discovered many people don’t realise came from books. My information is based on the many conversations I have had with fellow otaku both online and in-real-life, both friends and (mostly) strangers alike. Chock this up as a post inspired by a lengthy observation of the community. For these titles, I’m proud to say that I have actually read almost all of the novels from the list and seen almost as many of the adaptations.
Dealing with Depression is one of the biggest challenges that I have on a day-to-day basis. No matter how many different coping techniques that I try, sometimes there is absolutely nothing that can help alleviate the devastating effects of my mental health disorder. The feelings of helplessness and hopelessness can be overwhelming and the only…
Some of my favourite types of novels to read are novelisations of film and gaming media. I have always enjoyed the sense of atmosphere and intimate connections that are built between the reader and the characters that books can provide that are sometimes lost while watching a film or playing a video game. With books,…