Being Luigi

Halloween is funny. It’s the only day of the year where you can walk around half naked or in an extremely offensive costume and have people be chill with it. It also brings out the goofiness in many, like me. Since there aren’t many things in life that I take seriously, I always choose to go the silly route with my costumes, hence why I dressed as a horseman in 2011 and Drake in 2015. … More Being Luigi

Vidyas and Vinyl: Good Music and Game Pairings

Great music, sound effects, and voice acting are crucial components of a classic video game. However, in my experiences, I’ve found more enjoyment in turning on subtitles, muting the game sound, and spinning a record while I play. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate when a game has crisp sound and a phenomenal original soundtrack, … More Vidyas and Vinyl: Good Music and Game Pairings

5 Psychedelic Moments in Gaming that Bent my Mind

Psychedelia is beautiful thing. It’s a phenomenon that comes from a completely uninhibited state of mind where creativity flourishes and the bizarre is embraced. Some of the most critically acclaimed art ever made could be considered psychedelic because it dared to take risks on unconventional concepts for the sake of artistic progression. And, unfortunately, it’s something that we don’t see too often in games. … More 5 Psychedelic Moments in Gaming that Bent my Mind

The Healing Power of Video Games

If you didn’t notice, my most recent post was my first in two months. Well, that’s because I spent a majority of that time lying in bed, desperately trying to alleviate the excruciating pain caused by three nasty discs in my back. Yes, due to poor lifting form and a large ego, I managed to herniate my L3-4 and L5-S1 discs, and cause my L4-5 disc to bulge. … More The Healing Power of Video Games

Recommended: Persona 5

Holy smokes, Persona 5 is out of this world. To be fully transparent, I’m 70 hours into this masterpiece and have yet to finish. Although I’m only about two-thirds of the way through (I’ve heard many have finished around the 110 hour mark), I can confidently recommend this game to anyone looking for a unique, deep, and unabashedly creative JRPG. Frankly, I haven’t been this obsessed with a game since Witcher 3, and I doubt any other game released this year will top it. Simply put, it’s divine. … More Recommended: Persona 5