Impressions: Oculus Go

I did an impression post about Google Cardboard a while back. Now I’ve had some time to play with Oculus Go. The Oculus Go is a stripped down model, with a low price, meant for those interested in VR, but not the high price. Other systems like the Rift and Vive cost over $500, the…

Review: Raft

I know that I usually review mobile games on this blog, but I have to stray from the usual today. I’ve been playing hours, and hours, of Raft (from Axalot Games) today and I just want to share it with you. Raft, like many resource gathering survival games, is grindy. Understandably. But it has the…

Review- Magikarp Jump

Pokemon themed, and bite sized, Magikarp Jump(from The Pokemon Company) is fun for a bit, but not very satisfying. At its heart it is a clicker game. That means you don’t really make very many choices, you just click and your magikarp does all the work.   Don’t get me wrong, it’s a cute little…

What’s on my Phone 

I’m going to start doing a short “what’s on my phone” review every couple of months. I change out the games on my phone regularly, download new ones, or throw out ones I haven’t played in a while. Here I’ll tell you why I have it, what I like about it, and if I’d recommend it. I’ll…

No Man’s Sky and Pricing

“No Man’s Sky” is now up for pre-order at $59.99. And people are already up in arms. Why? Because only AAA titles should be $60. I can’t say that I agree with that logic. We’ve been pissed off at the established game companies for a while. EA was voted the worst company in the USA…

Pay to Watch Ads

UPDATE: Humble Bundle did get back to me after a while and said this was a glitch. The wrong file got uploaded. However, the general sentiment of paying for games with adverts in them still holds true.   There’s is an understanding with a lot of us who enjoy games on our phone. We get…