Rayman Legends Review

Several months ago, I reviewed Rayman Origins, a colorful, creative, and tightly designed platformer that I came away from about as positively as I could.  As such, it seemed inevitable that I would get to its sequel, Rayman Legends, and seeing as how the game has a Switch port due out in about a week, I figured that now would be as good a time as any. Continue reading

Rayman Origins Review

I have a personal policy where I like to revisit any game that I consider to be among my all time favorites once every few years.  This is my way of ensuring that they are still quality titles that deserve to be placed so highly in my mind, help reinvigorate my affection towards certain titles, and allow me to more closely understand what makes these games so gosh darn good.  Rayman Origins is the latest entry in this series of never ending exploits, and it’s still pretty wonderful. Continue reading

Rundown (7/27-8/02) The World Is a Land of Delightful Despair

CDI Princess Pie Cake Goat the fuckI don’t know what’s more surprising, that I’ve been doing this video game review thing since Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, which I don’t recall in the slightest, or how it’s taken this long for the first settlement of its lawsuit to happen.  Yes, I understand legal systems take quite a bit of time, but it’s been over two years since I played that cold wet street trash!  Now I’m nearly out of my teens and am potentially working two days a week while juggling school, this blog, and my novel.  I’m not complaining, but I would appreciate if I had more than numbers to dignify that my existence is worthwhile, as the 60 or so Pageviews I accumulate daily are hardly what I consider to be reassuring that people care about my existence on the interwebs. Continue reading