Ever since I wrote about my Sims addiction being like Dwight K. Schrute of the Office and his Second Life habit, I haven’t been able to get the comparison out of my head.
Which is probably why, as I curled up on the couch in my favourite fluffy blanket watching the Office this week, I couldn’t help but start thinking about the Sims. Continue reading “Why I Relate to the Sims”
We’ve been trying to find something new to play together, since we’ve kind of had enough of the games we have been playing. League changed enough that we need time away from it, and Diablo…well, actually, we just stopped playing it for a bit after I couldn’t get the hang of the necromancer.
Last weekend, Shane came to me with a choice: World of Warcraft, or Final Fantasy XIV. He thought an MMORPG would be a great thing for us to try—much more relaxing than League, and similar to Diablo but with a social aspect.
It didn’t take me long to pick Final Fantasy. Because chocobos and moogles. Continue reading “Trying Out an MMO: Final Fantasy XIV”
The boyfriend and I lead semi-chaotic lives in our nerdy little realm here, and sometimes it gets easy to forget about the little things. That’s why we set up a date night fund between the two of us, so we always have a way to spend some time out and about together.
Last week, we used it to go see Thor: Ragnarok. Continue reading “Ragnarok: Firing Up for the MCU’s End-game”
I haven’t always been a Batman fan, but when I saw the Dark Knight for the first time, I was converted.
As much as people like to hate on those movies, I thought they did very well at drawing new fans into the DC Universe. It’s really no different from people getting upset that folks like newer games when they never played the originals. Continue reading “Team Fight: Why I’m Excited about Justice League”
It’s not uncommon for Pokémon games to get remakes.
I mean, we were all rooting for a Hoenn remake for years, and when it finally did happen (only 11 years later), it was cause for celebration.
Today, though, Pokémon Moon is just one day shy of a year old, and it already has a remake. Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon hit the shelves today—and although it’s really close to the original and unlikely to feature massive graphical updates or anything, it’s still cause for excitement. Continue reading “Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon: The End of an Era”