CriticialLitGames is the brainchild of writer turned coder Susan Grey, her focus with CriticalLitGames is to blend her two loves of literature and gaming using Augmented Reality (AR).
In August 1993, the game was released initially as Seiken Densetsu 2 in Japan on the Super Famicom (SNES) but sold outside Japan as Secret of Mana. Now, as of 2017 Square Enix is has decided to remake the beloved series which will be released in North America on February 15, 2018. Earlier this summer, a Mana collection containing three pillars [...]
Animal Crossing has always had the same appeal to me as the Harvest Moon series. It's like good comfort food; it's regular, consistent and expected. There are no surprises and satisfies a need that I have of getting lost for a few hours doing meaningful tasks in a world that is not my own. This [...]
http://m.ie.ign.com/articles/2015/07/13/nintendo-ceo-satoru-iwata-has-passed-away I'm devastated by the news that Mr Satoru Iwata has passed away at the age of 55 due to a bile duct growth. Being someone who grew up with the original Gameboy, Nintendo has been a part of my life. Nintendo products have accompanied me through all states of my development - even well [...]
I'll admit it. I've never been a massive smartphone gamer. I never saw the appeal of sitting there mindlessly playing something that didn't feel substantial. Gaming for me is not just an exercise in escapism and artistry but in storytelling. None of which I ever felt was present in smartphone games. I never felt there [...]
Fallen London It's been a very long time since I've played any sort of free point and click/narrative game. I'd say its been as long as my Newgrounds & I Am Bored days. It's a game thats very hard to explain, but I'll give it a good go. First thing to know about Fallen London, and the very first [...]