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Flix On Fleek – A Reason to Smile

Let’s face it, the world has been a little dark lately. With everything going on, both globally and in your own life, it can be hard to find the time to just sit back and laugh. Well, this week on Flix on Fleek, we’re giving you just that. Here are some shows that you just […]

My Time At Portia – First Impressions

We could all use some nice time to relax now and then. For some, that means spending time with a good book. For others, that means shooting lots of pixellated bad guys. However, for me, nothing beats spending hours upon hours chopping down trees to contribute to a virtual farm. Seriously, if you saw how […]

My Time At Portia Enters Steam Early Access

You know, for all the bluster gamers make about being hardcore pro FPS players or epic dragon-slaying heroes, there are very few of us that can resist a good farming game. Seriously, how many hours have we as a community sunk into games like Stardew Valley and Harvest Moon? There’s just something incredibly refreshing and relaxing about watching pixelated […]

How Much Loot Would A Loot Box Give – Press Start

I think it’s about time we addressed the elephant in the room for gamers. It’s time to talk about loot boxes; are they good? Are they bad? Do they only give ugly items? This week we’re tackling it all. Just keep in mind that I do not claim to have all the answers; this is an […]

You Should Play… Va11 Hall-A

There’s a lot to be said about the value of a good story in games. Some will prioritize mechanics, others will say it’s the aesthetic. But personally, I always put the story up top when judging a game. For that reason, I tend to give a pass to a genre with a bad rep; visual novels. Now […]

South Park: The Fractured But Whole – It Doesn’t Stink

If you follow my work, you’ll know I’ve already made my feelings about South Park clear; I love the show, I loved the Stick of Truth and I’m seriously considering dressing my boyfriend up as Mysterion at some point. So I cannot tell you how excited I was to dive into The Fractured But Whole. I mean, […]

South Park: The Stick of Truth – RePlay

I’m a huge fan of South Park. Crude as it may be, it has so much clever satire in it. Plus, it gets massive bonus points for being one of the few TV/Movie adaptions that made a really good game to go with it. When South Park: The Stick of Truth released it was getting all the […]

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – Through Hell and Back

Recently I was fortunate enough to get my hands on Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice. This game immediately caught my interest as being one of the few games to deal with mental health in a serious way. It’s sad that despite mental health being a growing problem in today’s world, there aren’t many games that take it seriously. […]

YouTube Forces Patreon Users To Allow Ads

When it comes to earning money from Youtube, the conversation can get a bit mixed. For many, the idea of earning money on Youtube seems like a dream come true. However, with increasing restrictions being put in place and job security being an issue, YouTubers have been looking for an external solution to their problems. […]

‘Everybody’s Circulation’ – TMABird – Track Of The Day

I’ve never seen Bakemonogatari. I know, anime fans are probably yelling at me to go watch it now, but I’ll get to it. I put it on my ‘To Watch’ list around the same time I heard ‘Renai Circulation’. However, that was about 8 years ago and I’ve become incredibly adept at procrastination since then. That said, I […]