Nantucket First Impressions: Now Hiring

Are you a seasoned harpooner with a steady hand and no next of kin with means to pursue future litigation? Ishmael, legendary Captain of the quaint and barely rotten Melville, is looking for YOU! Become part of a rough-and-tumble crew with just enough experience to ensure that you probably won’t die at sea like the…

Steve’s Top Five Games of 2017!

Twenty-seventeen provided an interesting, if somewhat awkward, lineup of games for me to play. It was certainly a great year for releases, but only about half of the games I played were new. Much of my list consisted of really wonderful games that, until I bought a Playstation 4 last Spring, I did not have…

Steve’s 2017 Year-In-Review: Games of A Year

As we approach the last few pages of our edifying (verb. [ed-uh-fahy] ) word of the day calendars, it’s tempting to look back and honor the best of the best that 2017 has to offer. The problem is, I’ve only played a few of those games, so my ‘Game of the Year’ lists would basically…

Ben’s 2017 Year in Review: Not My Top 10 Games

As usual, I am planning on doing a Top 10 list for the year. I know it is a played-out format that some people really dislike, but I enjoy the competition behind the thought-process. Some will say that it should be enough that there are 10 games that stood out above all the others in…

Steve’s 2017 Year-in-Review: To Be Continued

If backlogs were a physical thing, I’d have enough to build a scale-replica of Abe Lincolns’ cabin. Currently, there are four very good games released in 2017 of which I’ve made varying degrees of progress in. My hope is that these games will be complete before the flood of February and March releases hit. The…

Steve’s 2017 Year-in-Review: A Tale of Two Platformers

Looking back at the games I played over the past twelve months, there were two very different platformers that stand out among some of my favorite experiences of the year. Little Nightmares The 80’s and 90’s were a tough time to be a kid. Shows like Fraggle Rock and Dinosaurs filled our tv screens with…