Recently I’ve found myself in a reading mood, particularly reading aloud. As I work on getting my foothold as the narrator of the Tigeran Tales audiobook series by Cyndol Rivers I find myself falling deeper into the world of erotic fiction, particularly anything out of the ordinary.
This journey has led me to discovering such authors as Edward Naughty and Chuck Tingle, but we will be discussing the latter of the two here.
Continue reading “My Mission to Master the Tingleverse”
In the version 20.03.XX update of The World we were introduced to a new Global Event; a violent infection that spread like crazy and became very hard to contain. This update has changed the way in which player characters and NPCs interact in drastic ways, sometimes even turning violent.
Continue reading “My Life as an NPC [03: Global Event Update]”
When I first booted up Amorous, I was expecting something cheeky, short, and roughly written, but where else would I set my bar for a free game? Needless to say, it didn’t take very long for Amorous to completely spoil me with what a dating sim/visual novel could be.
This game was recommended to me by Proxy, and for free! I thought it was an incredible game with a lot of depth and excellent animation.
Continue reading “Amorous – Six to Midnight Review”
I originally picked this game up as a joke since it was so cheap, but soon became so enamored with the self-aware story and bumping synth wave soundtrack that I ended up picking up a copy for almost all of my friends I thought might be into it. DSW blew my initial expectations out of the water and just kept going.
Seems like a fairly well made game if a bit of a silly concept.
Continue reading “Deep Space Waifu – Six to Midnight Review”
The format is great for a mobile platform. Utilizing the vertical format by imitating a messenger app was a brilliant design choice. Wait… am I playing this game or PAYING this game?
First impression of this game is that it has a great layout and the game design is great for a mobile game with a lot of promise in regards to concept.
Continue reading “7 Angels – Six to Midnight Review”
If you’ve been playing games over the past few years, it’s likely you’re aware of the trend of Battle Royale games that has risen since games like PUBG and Fortnite gained popularity on Twitch, YouTube, and Mixer. Whether or not you like this style of game – admittedly not my forte – battle royale seems to be a game mode that is here to stay, at least presently.
Continue reading “Comfort Zone Battle Royale”
The spoopy season is drawing near at last and with it come all sorts of fun horror games to play! While everyone else is out there dealing with their evil residents, or hills without mouths, I decided to give this indie darling a try.
Continue reading “Game Review: First Kiss at a Spooky Soiree”
Game Version: 20.18.11.01
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You know what the difference is between me (an NPC) and heroes is? Well, I mean, one of the differences anyhow.
A [Quest Log]
Continue reading “My Life as an NPC [02: Finding my [Quest Log]]”
You ever feel like being an NPC is consuming your existence? Like, yeah, maybe I’m a coffee merchant for some of my week, but that’s not WHO I am. Providing caffeinated consumables to players as they go about their game is just something I do to earn my keep.
Continue reading “My life as an NPC [01: I am not my routine]”
In life, everyone is the hero of their own story
Although I am writing this series with gamers in mind, I realize that some non-gamers may come here as well. With that in mind, I’ll be linking gamer-specific terms to a glossary page for those that need a definition. You can find the glossary and definitions HERE if you’d like it open from the start. I will be updating the terms used as the series goes on, so be sure to check back if a new term pops up that you aren’t familiar with.
Continue reading “My life as an NPC [Prologue]”