Nintendo E3 Digital Event Recap and Reactions

Nintendo’s press conference, or rather, their Digital Event, was short, sweet, and downright charming at points. They didn’t overstay their welcome and they showed all the right games. There were some odd choices, like Metroid Prime Federation, but the awesomeness of things like Star Fox Zero balanced it out. Nintendo opened with a funny little skit where Muppet-like versions of Iwata, Reggie, and Miyamoto (the … Continue reading Nintendo E3 Digital Event Recap and Reactions

Microsotft E3 Conference Recap and Reactions

This is really shaping up to be a fantastic E3! Microsoft’s press conference had a pulsating rhythm and a fast pace with game after game after game. I had to take several pages of notes so I could remember everything, and it was hard to keep up. The best marker of Microsoft’s success? I now want an Xbox One. They started strong on two accounts: … Continue reading Microsotft E3 Conference Recap and Reactions

Bethesda E3 Press Conference Recap and Reactions

Holy shit! Now that is how you do an E3 press conference! Bethesda came out swinging for the fences with their first ever E3 press conference and boy did they deliver. Despite some leaks they even managed to surprise me a few times! From Doom, to Dishonored 2, to Fallout, Bethesda had it all. Now I won’t claim to be a Doom fan as I’ve … Continue reading Bethesda E3 Press Conference Recap and Reactions

Life is Strange and Gravity Falls

I recently finished watching the Gravity Falls season two midseason finale. I’ll stay vague as to not spoil anything, but in it the main character Dipper’s trust for certain characters is tested and I was left on a cliffhanger like you wouldn’t believe. I was shocked and emotionally torn for a while after watching it. After thinking on it a lot I realized that I love … Continue reading Life is Strange and Gravity Falls

What Fallout Means to Me

This morning my alarm woke me up and I was about to turn it off and go back to sleep for another hour when I remembered that the Fallout 4 trailer had been released. I jumped out of bed and before I even went to the bathroom I turned on my computer and watched it. The trailer was everything I hoped it would be – the hauntingly beautiful 40’s music, the wasteland, the mid-century American aesthetic, and the Vaults. It was all there. Continue reading What Fallout Means to Me