When you read the Harry Potter books, one of the first things you’ll notice is how big of a theme food is.
Every banquet, every dinner, even every somewhat sat-on birthday cake is described with wonder and thoroughness, and you can’t help but dream about what it all tastes like. Continue reading “A Very Harry Potter Halloween”
Pokémon games are known for being mainly similar with little tweaks from version to version. The first game you play is a real learning curve, and after that, you start to figure some things out.
I wouldn’t exactly say I’m the most seasoned Pokémon master out there, not by a long shot. After all, I didn’t start playing until the DS generations. But I’ve picked up a thing or two since my first somewhat oblivious game. Continue reading “5 Tips for Being a Pokémon Master”
Recently, I was happily wandering around on the Internet when I saw a story about Xbox.
It would seem that Microsoft has said that the Xbox One X, which has been getting hyped all year as “the world’s most powerful console,” actually won’t be the company’s flagship. Instead, it’ll be relying on the One S to carry it.
That really got me thinking about differences in consoles, which honestly is not something that occurs to me a whole lot, and how people pick favourites. Continue reading “Why I Don’t Have a Favourite Console”
This hasn’t really been obvious on my blog so far, but I am notorious for misadventures.
Three years ago, I bought a gaming PC from the store so I could play Minecraft. I hadn’t really been involved in PC gaming before that, so obviously, I didn’t know what to look for.
I picked mine because it reminded me of Iron Man, named it Tony, and that was that. Continue reading “My Misadventures in PC Upgrades”
My history with the Lego games started when I got my Xbox 360.
I got it used, so it came with a few games and a very well-loved controller. One of those games was Lego Indiana Jones.
Now, I have always loved Lego (I still get it for birthdays), and of course I have an appreciation for the fine archaeologist represented by the man I first saw as the incorrigible Han Solo, so I was very excited about the game. Continue reading “Why I Love Lego Games”