Unravel opens up the world to a little yarn doll, giving me a new appreciation for the material and all it is capable of. This doesn’t mean I’ll start knitting scarves anytime soon, but when I see one blowing from someone’s neck in the winter wind, thread pulled loose from the end, I won’t be […]Read more "Unravel"
One thing that Mass Effect 2 was known for was its great DLC added to the campaign. Kasumi wasn’t as praised as the rest, but there is no doubt that Overlord and The Shadow Broker DLC will remain my favorite added content for a long time to come. Too bad the same can’t be said […]Read more "Gaming Review: Mass Effect 3 DLC – Omega"
Whether you were a fan of the ending of Mass Effect’s trilogy or not, it’s hard not to be excited for the campaign DLC that this series has had to offer (need I remind you about Lair of the Shadow Broker?). Yet that was before the series had come to an end, begging the question […]Read more "Gaming Review: Mass Effect 3 DLC – Leviathan"
Last but not least, here is HST’s list of favorite video games from the past year. And what a year it was, with huge titles coming out and an epic fall season to cap off the year. Plenty of sequels and a few new IPs to boot, so there are plenty of games to mention […]Read more "HST’s Best of 2011: Video Games"
When it comes to science fiction, space is always presented as a pretty action oriented place, from space battles to asteroid fields to roaming cannibals (you thought I was going to get through that without a Firefly reference? Silly you, you thought wrong). But from way down here where the majority of us are standing […]Read more "Delayed Gaming Response – Dead Space 2"
The first DLC pack with a price tag for Mass Effect 2 was released last week, and though it doesn’t quite live up to the expectations I had, it is a decent enough experience while it lasts. Kasumi’s Stolen Memory introduces another addition to Shepard’s squad. Keeping with the team of many talents, Kasumi offers […]Read more "Gaming Review – Mass Effect 2: Kasumi’s Stolen Memory DLC"
A few years ago BioWare opened my eyes to what RPGs could really be like with the first Mass Effect, a game that wasn’t hard to love. It created a massive universe with humans as the babies of the species still needing to prove themselves among a broad group of alien races that were all […]Read more "Gaming Review – Mass Effect 2"