Archive for the ‘Puzzle Games’ Category

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Drops the Moon, then the Ball

The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

I’m probably going to encounter some overpaid assassins for saying this, but after playing a fair chunk of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, I’m not entirely sold on it. It’s not bad, but it definitely falls in the shadow of its predecessor. I loved The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, but this one […]

Antichamber, Think Outside the Blocks

Antichamber

I like games like Antichamber. Normally I don’t have a very large tolerance for puzzle shit, but “think outside the box” puzzle shit is fairly easy to stomach. That’s especially true with constant tidbits of helpful advice that apply to the real world as well as they do to the game world. I suppose it […]

Ps3 Gamer Zone’s Top Five Casual Games

Video games are a big part of society these days. They’re used to entertain, relieve stress, pass time, make money, tell stories, and plenty more. This time around, I’ll be listing off the top five games I prefer to play when I just feel like kicking back and relaxing. These games tend to be very […]

Scribblenauts Unlimited, Creative Overload

Scribblenauts Unlimited

I didn’t really didn’t plan on getting Scribblenauts Unlimited. If it weren’t for the fact that I happened to run across it during a 75% off Steam Summer Sale, I probably would have been just fine with Super Scribblenauts on the DS. Hell, I spent more time in the start screen sandbox than I did […]

Party of Sin, Clipping Wings and Puzzle Things

Party of Sin

I got Party of Sin on a Steam Sale, figuring a neat little puzzle platformer about the Seven Deadly Sins would be worth a couple bucks. Though short, I enjoyed the game thoroughly. The characters were nifty, their abilities were fun to apply, and a good number of the puzzles were actually rather challenging. Stylistically […]

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, ALL the Familiars

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch

If you like Hayao Miyazaki movies and video games, I’m about to BLOW YOUR FREAKIN’ MIND. Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is the new Studio Ghibi piece that most everyone is going to want to get. It’s a nostalgic adventure RPG with a familiar collection system reminiscent of Pokemon. The plot is […]

Yume Nikki, A Game of Depth

Yume Nikki

Attention all dreamers, existentialists, and abstract thinkers! I’ve found a magnificent new (quasi-new) indie game for you to indulge in. It’s called Yume Nikki, and I know it’s a 2004 release, but bear with me as I explain to you why you need to download it. Constructed on the RPG Maker 2003 engine, this delve […]

They Bleed Pixels Gotta Love Lovecraft

They Bleed Pixels

Surprise suprise, I’m playing a hardcore Meat Boy-esque combat-oriented action platformer. They Bleed Pixels is one of the games I got because I thought it looked good. Typically I try to avoid that kind of behavior, because… well, that goes without saying, but my point is that sometimes it pays off. Sometimes. Also, this is […]

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair, Misery Requires Company

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair

As it turns out, I managed to find a couch buddy for Castlevania: Harmony of Despair, and thanks to that, I managed to worm my way further into the game. I’ve got some good news and bad news, most of which relates to the gameplay mechanics. The rest of the bad news is for you […]

Trace Memory: Like Myst, but Cuter

Trace Memory

I really like Trace Memory. Something about video game novels just does it for me. It gets me immersed, holds my attention, keeps me empathically connected to characters, and all that other good stuff. A puzzle game in any perspective, Trace Memory isn’t terribly difficult, nor is it meant to be. A curious, explorative demeanor […]

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