Tag Archives: Video Games

Review: Ballpoint Universe: Infinite


Ballpoint Universe Infinite is a little indie game I found on Steam. Sure, there are other, bigger, flashier games out there to review, but this one captured my imagination because of the quirky graphics. All the images in the game are ballpoint pen drawings! Quirky and a bit gimmicky, but I must admit I’ve never […]

Project Sen, the love child of Mega Man X, Metroid and Gunstar Heroes you didn’t know you wanted


The game follows the lead hero, Sen, on a moon colony overtaken by hostile forces. It’s her mission to assist her superior officer, Ella, in rescuing the residents of the colony — and perhaps the universe — from this mysterious threat to humanity.

Project Sen is a 2D style action platformer similar to games like MegaMan X, Super Metroid and Gunstar Heroes; Fast-paced action, challenging gameplay and memorable characters.

Shit People Say to Nerd Girls

I make a disturbingly handsome dude

As a girl who happens to like playing video games, watching scifi, reading comic books, and generally getting way too excited about science, I’ve heard people say a lot of weird stuff to me over the years. I also know a bunch of girl who like the same stuff and we tend to talk about […]

“Shanghai Six”: Capt. Stephen Machuga’s mission to re-supply morale

Kentucky Windage

Calling Operation Supply Drop an “organization” is misleading. In truth, its efforts and the packages are largely the work of just one man: Stephen “Shanghai Six” Machuga, a former intelligence officer in the US Army and now the founder and almost the only full-time member of Operation Supply Drop.

What Video Game Box Art Really Says


Ever find yourself browsing games at the local Gamestop or on Steam and looking at the cover art and thinking, “What the heck is this game about?” Sometimes video game box art is just odd, and doesn’t really say anything about the game that it’s representing, even though it’s usually the first thing we see. […]

Review: Tales of Xillia


Another installment to Namco’s Tales series, A pleasant stroll down memory lane for veterans, while a easy to navigate co-op JRPG for the those just starting out with the franchise.