One of the questions that has transfixed Zelda fans for years is the identity of the Dark Interlopers, who appear in the backstory of 2006's Twilight Princess. The villainous tribe is introduced without any information as to their origins. They attempt to claim the Triforce with the power of an artifact known as the Fused Shadow, a weaponized helm also of vague origin. Some have pointed out that the Fused Shadow has something of a resemblance to Majora's Mask, which was introduced in the game of the same name.
If you’ve spent any time on an app store and love Otome games, you’ve more than likely heard of Shall We Date, Is it Love, and my personal favorite that I’m beyond loyal to, Voltage Inc. These apps are seriously a dream come true for the ADD who think they love to read but we really suck at it. They have background music, choices to keep you involved, and fun images of the hot men in these stories. I don’t notice the squirrels when there’s a shirtless anime man in front of me.
Baldi's Basics in Education and Learning is a horror game based off of a school. In this game, your teacher, Baldi, has you answer problems by collecting seven notebooks. Every notebook has three problems. The last problem is one that is unsolvable. You cannot answer this question right, therefore causing Baldi to chase you around the school smacking a ruler. The more problems you get wrong, the faster he gets. As well as him being a threat to you winning the game, there are other characters such as "Playtime" or "The Principal of the Thing." Playtime will go around the school, wanting to play with you. If she catches you, you will have to jump rope, forcing you to be stuck in place. The only way to escape this is to find the scissors and cut the rope. The Principal of the Thing goes around the school and once he catches you, sends you to detention. The more often he sends you to detention, the more time in there increases. This helps Baldi end your game. If you do get all seven notebooks, everything will turn a red shade and Baldi will yell at you to get out. You'd have to collect the lock and escape through the yellow door. There are other things you should know about like BSoda or an Energy Flavored Zesty bar. These items help you win the game a lot easier. Using BSoda will help you push Baldi away. When you use it, it will emit a purple blob that will shoot at Baldi and push him away. This definitely makes it a lot easier for you to collect notebooks. The Energy Flavored Zesty Bar refills your stamina and lets you go around without losing any energy. Baldi can also track you do if you ever do escape from him and he cant find you. He will go around the school looking for you, and if you open a door he can track you from that too. There are also items helpful in the game like WD-NoSquee. This items prevents Baldi from hearing a door open or close and can be used four times. This item is found in the janitors closet. There are plenty of items that are helpful to the game, but I am not going to talk about them. There are a couple of characters who have no description, such as Friend. This character is only mentioned in the How To Play. This character is unseen, and apparently needs the protagonist (you) to collect all seven notebooks. Another character with no description is Filename2. This character is said to be corrupted. He can be found in Baldi's office after you complete the secret ending or he can be heard in the normal end screen. Filename2 tells you to delete the game; by doing this he breaks the fourth wall. There is a poster in one of the halls saying, "No fourth wall breaking." There are also modes in the game, such as endless mode. This mode, as it says, goes on forever. In this mode there is a high score system that tells how many notebooks the player has collected. There are more characters, such as "Gotta Sweep," who is the janitor. This character is a giant realistic broom, which actually has better graphics than most other characters in the game. This character can be helpful or harmful as he can push you toward characters such as Playtime, Baldi, or Principal of the Thing, but he is helpful when he pushes you away from those characters. While doing these actions he repeatedly yells, "GOTTA SWEEP SWEEP SWEEP!" And that's all you need to know about Baldi's Basics in Education in Learning!!!
What’s up guys, it's Dannis here, following the numbers to the hidden temples of Quest Factory’s Aztec. I haven't heard much about this room other than it was sort of scary. Funny thing is, I found that out when I got there. So I wasn't sure what I was in for. But with the team that I had, I was going to be the one to go in head first. But before we get into that, here is some info about Aztec at Quest Factory.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (TES V) is one of the most popular games of all time. Typically, TES installments have separated by 4–6 years, but Bethesda studios have kept fans waiting for longer this time. On June 10th, at Bethesda's E3 conference, they released a 36-second teaser of TES VI. However, it's likely to be another few years before we can finally play the game. The release of the Elder Scrolls Online in 2014 was an underwhelming substitute for TES VI for many, and certainly lacks the impressive combat options and graphical beauty of Skyrim. In response, many fans have turned back to TES V for their Elder Scrolls fix. But how can the average gamer continue to enjoy Skyrim whilst they (un)patiently wait for TES VI? Here are 5 suggestions from someone with hundreds and hundreds of hours of Skyrim gameplay.
What’s up, everyone? It's Dannis here and we are following the numbers down to the dungeon of Quest Room’s Bloody Elbow. This is a room that has been high on my list. I played the Davinci room before this and what I learned about the company was that their production is high and puzzles are great. So I was excited about Bloody Elbow. Without reading the storyline I couldn't help but laugh at the name? What the heck does bloody elbow even mean? Well, I got my answer. But before we get into what I thought about the room, let’s get some details about Quest Room and Bloody Elbow.
What does it mean to care? How, in a face-less digital world can a medium simulate the thoughts and feelings only conveyed between two individuals face-to-face? Is it possible? Should it be? Questions such as these are what I believe the video game company Quantic Dream and creator David Cage tried to answer in their recent work Detroit: Become Human. Critics have given it mixed reviews, as is the trend for Quantic's IPs but the inquiry of gameplay value or graphics pixelation isn't what drove me to truly value the game itself. What gripped my heart most of all was a little girl.
Locked rooms seem to be the trend right now. If you have never done one before, this is what you can expect...
Have you ever picked up a book and turned to the last page just to see what happens at the end? Well, I do it with games, specifically Dragon Age. For those of you who may not have known, Dragon Age is a three game trilogy that has spanned a total of nine years. Created by Bioware, it is one of the most-played games beside Mass Effect. If you love dragons, heartbreaking romances, and Claudia Black, then it’s the game for you.
Titan Comics has announced that it will be launching a new series based on the hit game, Life is Strange.
I'm a big fan of the adventure genre. While there's nothing wrong with a good FPS or other combat-oriented game, something about the narrative-heavy adventure genre has stuck with me throughout the years. The genre was popular when I was a kid, then sort of died out for a while; in the early 2010s though, the genre saw a resurgence with the release of Telltale's The Walking Dead series. And now, as an adult, I want to go on some more adventures that still manage to capture my attention. That's where the best PlayStation 4 adventure games come in. While this graphically impressive console has more video games than I know what to do with, the adventure genre can fall into the background behind some of the more popular genres like RPGs. Have no fear, however, I'm here to make sure these great games get the spotlight they deserve.
I know I'm relatively slow to play some games that have been out for a few years, but I am rather picky about the types of games I play too, for instance I will mostly chooses stealth or open world GTA type games. I'm a typecast "guy" player, enjoying games with guns, cars, explosions, hand to hand combat, and of course women.