The Art (and Addiction) of Gacha Games

Hello, my fellow Gacha Game players. What's that you say? You don't play Gacha games? Well... you might be mistaken about that. Though you may not realize it, many games nowadays have been sneakily implementing Gacha systems into their games, with varying degrees of success and/or intrusiveness. A great example of this is the Loot …

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That game where you go and kill big monsters and stuff… No, the other one.

A few weeks ago, at the recommendation of fellow blogger Plyasm, I picked up and started playing a PC game called Dauntless, which had just released into early open Beta. Almost immediately, I fell in love with the game, and i've been playing the heck out of it for the past month or so. So,  …

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Generation Jumping – Pokemon (Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald)

Well now, this is my 4th attempt at writing this post, as WordPress decided it didn't like saving my work, for some reason. I took that as a sort of excuse to take a mini-hiatus from blogging to rest and recuperate, and now i'm back and doing great! So, without any more wait, here's my …

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Melodies and Memories: Top 10 Battle themes from the Pokemon Franchise

In a time when my blog is inundated with seasonal First Impressions posts, I thought to myself, hey, why don't I write up something to break up the monotony of these posts a little bit? While i'm crunched for time with the amount of shows I still need to watch and review, especially when i'm …

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