Based off of how much I enjoy turn-based strategy games, as well as what I've seen recently from Indie games, this is a game I REALLY want to try.
Back in 2010, iconic movie review journalist Roger Ebert wrote an article for his blog titled: “Video Games Can Never Be Art”. When doing some research on the topic of art and games (digital and analog) around a year ago, I found this article. Not only did I disagree with many of Roger Ebert’s points, … Continue reading Video Games Can Absolutely Be Art (Revised)
“It is every man’s desire to change the future.”
“The following is a guest post byThe Valiant Vision Mage.”
Xenoblade Chronicleswas originally planned to only be released in Japan (2010) and Europe (2011). Many fans knew this game was good, however, and started theOperation Rainfall campaign to get it localized in North America (2012). Since then, we’ve received the game in handheld form (Xenoblade Chronicles 3D in 2015) and on Wii U Virtual Console. There was also a spiritual sequel, Xenoblade Chronicles X, released for Wii U in 2015, and there will be a sequel,Xenoblade Chronicles 2, on December 1, 2017.
But I’m here to review the originalXenoblade Chronicles and the 3DS port. The original game was said to be one of the greatest RPGs of its time by critics, and while the 3DS port is slightly…
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This event, the Pokémon TCG Pre-Release Event for the Crimson Invasion expansion, was a chance for a few things. Most importantly, it was fun. Secondly, it was a look at the not-yet-released expansion to the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Among these things however, it was a competition.