The boss fight in this DLC is shit. I said it and I'm not polite about it. In fact, the DLC is not mage friendly. I had to reallocate my stats to equip the right weapon to defeat Elana the Squalid Queen. Finally beat her after pulling a few hair strands from my head (don't … Continue reading Dark Souls 2 Scholar of the First Sin Rant: Crown of the Sunken King (Part II)
Where to start..so difficult. How many times have I died? Am I making progress? Yes. 3 weeks later! I finally reached 2 out of 3 boss fights within this DLC but have not beat any of them. The stage design is what got me so addicted to Dark Souls franchise in the first place which … Continue reading Dark Souls II Rant: Crown of the Sunken King (DLC)
The title to this post sounds as if I'm a nagging, impatient girlfriend who is expecting a ring on her finger but her boyfriend is too busy playing games. Well, I'm not talking about the relationship between two human beings. I'm talking about my relationship with Dark Souls II Scholar of the First Sin, the … Continue reading Dark Souls II Rant: Rings and the Test of Patience
Okay, I think I was rather harsh with my assessment of what I think about Tokyo Dark, an adventure point and click horror video game created by Cherrymochi. I deleted my old post which I titled Tokyo Dark: Too Political It Will Make the Old Fat Pervert Cry, pointing out how the game lacks depth. … Continue reading Tokyo Dark: Decent but Missed the Mark
Horror tales are not always scary but regretfully sorrowful. Death Mark depicts the dark side of reality and the sad truth for women and children living in a man's world, particularly in a patriarchal society like Japan.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOcmi0ZS27o I finished playing Death Mark (PS4 version), a visual novel game. I was pleasantly surprised by the game … Continue reading Death Mark Review (PS4)
Even though, I have no intention of becoming a game designer or create my own games, I find it quite fascinating to learn about the thought process behind it. The whole creativity process is not so different from the way I approach to songwriting, which is something I do as a creative outlet. Yesterday, my … Continue reading I’m Not A Pervert! It’s the Developer’s Fault!