Building on my last post, today I want to talk about the tangible steps I’ve taken (and plan to take) to begin building another collection of gaming merchandise:
Continuing my series on rarest games, today we will look at the rarest games for the Super Nintendo:
I’ve continued to work through my backlog despite my eagerness for newer titles. Lately, that means I’ve been playing Telltale’s Game of Thrones on PS4:
Cuphead is finally here! This visually striking run-and-gun is finally available to play — what have the reviewers said so far?
I’ve been fully hooked by X-Wing from FFG. Today, I want to share how I’ve expanded my collection and how I’ve found some games:
We got a slew of new things to be excited about with Nintendo’s latest Direct. Looks like Nintendo has finally reached out to third party developers:
While the ending was completely missing in this adaptation of Tolkien’s original work, the co-op aspect of the game allowed for a relaxing playthrough:
I don’t think a lot of people thought that Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle was going to be a big Switch title. Let’s see what happened: