A few weeks ago, I told you guys all about my wonderful adventures discovering Harvest Moon. Since then, I’ve had people asking me which game I’d recommend for beginners.
I’ll give you two guesses which one it was. (Hint: It’s eponymous.)
I picked Sunshine Islands because it’s not too tricky, and it’s not too easy. I thought it was juuuuust right. Continue reading “The Girly Geek’s Guide to Sunshine Islands”
You know how most people can trace significant life changes back to a single, surprisingly epiphanic incident?
This is what happened to me when I discovered all the marvels of actual geekery. Which just so happened to be when I experienced Iron Man 2. Continue reading “The Making of a Geek”
So lately, I guess everyone has been all in a stir over Pokemon Go’s legendary raids for Articuno, Moltres, and Zapdos.
May I just say for a moment how much I wish it looked like this?
I was only a level 24 on Pokemon Go at the time the raids started. Now, this does mean that I couldn’t play the raids for the birds myself, because it was my understanding that you had to be level 25 to participate in raids. Continue reading “How I Botched My First Pokemon Go Raid”
I have a confession to make.
I am embarrassingly unaware of most video games out there. Rather than any kind of falsified indifference toward games, I like to chalk this up to the fact that my family’s first console was a Wii. We missed all previous consoles, and to be entirely honest, all following consoles too.
I never really saw it as missing out, because I had no idea what I was missing. Continue reading “Entering the World of Final Fantasy”
Once upon a time, I was a little monstrosity who would leave Lego bricks everywhere after a very enthusiastic play session.
I was obsessed with them because I could create anything. I could build houses, towers, roads, boats, you name it. It was intoxicating, and I never wanted to stop. Continue reading “Brick by Brick: From Lego to Minecraft”