Monthly Archives: March 2018

Try-It Tuesday: ROCK OF AGES II

When I found the free PS4 demo for ROCK OF AGES II: BIGGER & BOULDER, I couldn’t wait to try this silly game that’s part Monty Python and part mini-golf. ROCK OF AGES II is a “giant rocks rolling through historical/artistic ages” … Continue reading

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Try-It Tuesday: BLOODBORNE

BLOODBORNE is a 2015 third-person action RPG developed by FromSoftware and published by Sony Computer Entertainment as a PlayStation 4 exclusive. It’s free this month for PS+ members. The delightfully decrepit and gothic town of Yharnam is overrun with a plague of … Continue reading

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Try-It Tuesday: CAT QUEST

CAT QUEST is a 2017 single-player, open-world, action RPG, developed by The Gentlebros and published by PQube, available for PC, PS4, iOS, Switch and Android. I played the free PS4 demo this week and enjoyed it so much, I bought the full game … Continue reading

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Try-It Tuesday: ABYSS the Wraiths of Eden

I wanted to try ABYSS: THE WRAITHS OF EDEN this week because it sounded similar to BioShock. From developer Artifex Mundi’s website: The utopian city of Eden, located at the bottom of the sea, was once a haven of peace, harmony and beauty. Constructed in … Continue reading

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BIOSHOCK INFINITE: First Impressions

I started playing BioShock Infinite this week. I recently reached Battleship Bay, which is the fifth of sixteen levels. Overall, I’m enjoying it. Amazing visuals, great music, intriguing airship city. I loved entering Columbia and exploring the fair. I spent two hours just ooh-ing … Continue reading

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