This week on Play All The Nintendo – Arkista’s Ring and 2 awful Back To The Future games. Any way I can take a time machine back to a period I hadn’t played these?
No Country For Old Mutants (Did someone make that joke yet? Lemme check Google… oh, I see… approximately one billion people…)
On Logan (Warning, contains some mild spoilers)
Torment: Tides of Numeria First Impressions
Friendly Reminder: If we didn’t have Daylight Saving Time at all, you wouldn’t be losing an hour this coming Sunday morning
This week on Play All The Nintendo: I find two old friends and 1 new friend with common interests: American Gladiators, Arch Rivals and Arkanoid.
Yet another Big Reveal that leaves you asking “WHY DIDN’T YOU DO THAT IN THE SECOND ACT?”
On Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Before I tell you this story, I’ma have to tell you this one.
(On Planescape: Torment)
It’s time for the semi-annual “what would you do if you won the lottery?” post.
This week on Play All The Nintendo! I play Alfred Chicken, Alien³, and Alpha Mission, and manage not to have many of my feathers ruffled.
In the aftermath of Dystopia Week, a new project to feature music and fiction.
It is good to give up vices temporarily. It helps you to enjoy them again when you restart them again.
Ash vs. The Evil Dead (Season 1)
Memento, homo, quia pulvis es, et in pulverem reverteris
This week on Play All The Nintendo, I fly through Air Fortress, crash and burn on Airwolf and race through Al Unser’s Turbo Racing.
It’s Oscar Season. Again. Somehow.
Still Two Days Left for the Humble Freedom Bundle!
The Swing Of Things
This week, I try out The Adventures of Dino Riki, Rad Gravity, and Rocky And Bullwinkle and Friends. Respectively.
Some of these towns nowadays have very tricky names.
John Wick 2
On Things Lost In Translation: One Night Ultimate Vampire isn’t as awesome as One Night Ultimate Werewolf
This week on Play All The Nintendo, I trudge through some bad headers to get to a lovely trio of puzzlers from Hal Laboratory.
Football has its own WrestleMania today!
On games that you can play with both the grandparents and the 7-year olds.
Maybe you only need to visit Adventure Island 3 times to shake off the bad games of your past…
The Royal Rumble!
Games that are good for largish groups of strangers/co-workers
Work Friends? Sometimes Do Things? Together?
This week on Play All The Nintendo! I trudge my way through almost 3 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons games.
A recommendation for Kubo and the Two Strings
Also, thank goodness for planes with little televisions in the back of the seat in front of you
On Limitations (orthe lack thereof) Creating Genres
The Scouring Of The Shire, Proverbially
This week on Play all the Nintendo, I cover Abadox and two Addams Family games.