A few months ago I finished playing Castle Crashers on co-op with my cousin and friend. It was my first time playing the game and one of the first few games (aside from Dragon Age: Origins) I owned, ever since the fateful day I decided to get an Xbox 360.
For those not familiar with Castle Crashers, it’s a fun 2-D, side-scrolling, action adventure, beat ’em up style game done by developer The Behemoth. The world has a very colorful and super cutesy feel to it. Even the knights themselves, despite looking fierce, have an adorable look to them. There is quite a selection of knights to choose from with their own unique set of powers and fighting styles. Some knights came with the game and other additional characters needed to be purchased using Xbox points. Both my cousin and friend told me that the game included a Pink Knight pack for download. I believe the Pink Knight is a free to download pack if I’m not mistaken. My brain is a little sketchy on these details. Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong on this one.
Continue reading Ode to the Pink Knight – Why This Castle Crashers Knight Kicks Ass
One of my favorite playthroughs of the Mass Effect series has been playing as a female Vanguard Shepard. A while ago I fired up my Xbox to do a second run of the series, but as a male Shepard who is an Adept. The experience of playing as a male Shepard has been interesting so far. It took some getting used to, mainly because I’ve been really attached to my female Shepard for the longest time. Regardless, I vowed to romance the pants off of Ashley Williams. You can consider this as both figuratively and literally speaking. Take your pick.
Continue reading Accidentally In Love? – How My Male Shepard Got Locked Into A Romance With Liara
Being a geek is a label I identify with closely. I watch and own a ton of my favorite anime series and movies, read a lot of shojo manga in my spare time, and play video games. I even own some cool action figures thanks to my own purchases or friends who have been kind enough to give them to me as gifts. If you met me in real life, I doubt anyone would instantly slap on the geek label. Not on the surface anyway. This is why outer appearances are always deceiving.
Continue reading Understanding The Term “Geek Chic”