Fires At Midnight: Nostalgia, Drugs, and…Love? (Review)

Keeping up with Indie September is another Malaysian-made game – Fires At Midnight. This game is a recent release by Persona Theory, a Malaysian game dev company.

To be honest, I did see the “request a review copy” button on their website, but one of the biggest problems of the industry is the lack of support. So, I bought my copy. Jia you, let’s go!

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No Straight Roads is RADICAL, bro! (Review)

Headlining week two of Indie September is No Straight Roads. I’ve been looking forward to playing this game ever since I heard Wan Hazmer mention it during a conversation I had with him and an old colleague of mine. I got even more excited when I saw the teaser trailer for the game – and now it’s here!

Rock your way through Vinyl City as Mayday and Duke to rid the world of the EDM empire!

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Raji: An Ancient Epic Is a Gorgeous, Buggy, Ancient Wonderland (Review)

Welcome to Indie September! Raji: An Ancient Epic. I was immediately drawn to it when watching the latest Nintendo Indie World Direct, and I bought it right away.

An action-adventure with a badass female protagonist wielding magical weapons? Heck yeah – count me in!

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Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town Pulled At My Heartstrings (Review, Switch 2020)

Harvest Moon was the shiz when I was growing up, I played the very first Game Boy version and basically played every handheld iteration afterwards. I loved that game to bits and it’s no wonder that I was immediately drawn to Stardew Valley.

Now reverting back to its original Japanese name, Story of Seasons released on the Switch and PC early in July. I was a little scared to jump into it because of the horrible path Harvest Moon went down…but let’s jump into it anyway.

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Paper Mario: The Origami King (Review): MARIO, SMASH!

Growing up, I didn’t own consoles – my mom just didn’t allow it (hi, Ma). My siblings and I shared a massive desktop PC as well as a Game Boy. So, I didn’t experience the hilarity that is the Paper Mario series until my siblings, and I pitched in for a Wii. Because we’re Nintendo lovers

Now, Paper Mario has launched on the Nintendo Switch and boy, am I a happy clam. Let’s see why, shall we?

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#FitAtHome: 8 video games guaranteed to give you a good workout

Are you still stuck at home because of the Covid-19 pandemic? Or are you allowed back into the outside world but want to avoid going to the gym?

Or maybe everything is fine, but you just don’t want to pay for a gym membership? I know I definitely don’t!

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Star Wars Episode 1: Racer (Review): IT’S A NEW LAP RECORD

Anyone who knows me would know that I love the universe set a Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far, Far Away. Star Wars was the epitome of my childhood – from the movies to the novels to the video games.

And now, one of my all-time favourites has been remastered for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Is it as good as I remember, though?

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor Review: Oh hello, Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls Online has a new expansion: Greymoor. With little bits and pieces added to the overall game

Now, the entire Western Skyrim is open for adventurers to explore. And my gosh is it just beautiful. Best of all? I could enjoy this on my Mac.

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