Backlog – 02/11/2020

Kim from LaterLevels has a thing going on right now called #LoveYourBacklog Week and I thought it was pretty cool and my backlog needed some updating anyway so here's my contribution! Console Bioshock Castlevania: Mirror of Fate Darksiders Death Stranding Dragon Age: Origins Kirby and the Amazing Mirror Legend of Zelda: A Link to the … Continue reading Backlog – 02/11/2020

Shadows in BTS’ Map of the Soul, Persona 4, and Jungian Psychology

For those that have seen my Twitter, my tagline is, "I tweet about kpop and video games and stuff I guess." Well, this is the first (and maybe the only) time I'll get to ever write about both in one blog post. BTS's Map of the Soul: 7 is about to come out and every … Continue reading Shadows in BTS’ Map of the Soul, Persona 4, and Jungian Psychology

Super Metroid From the Perspective of a Self-Proclaimed Metroidvania Fangirl

In July I wrote a blog post called "Bloodstained From the Perspective of a Castlevania Fangirl". This post can be considered its sequel. I love Metroidvanias. It's one of my favorite genres. The Castlevania handhelds more or less led me to a rabbit hole that got me into playing video games that didn't have the … Continue reading Super Metroid From the Perspective of a Self-Proclaimed Metroidvania Fangirl

The Pokemon Gen With The Weirdest Evolution Methods? – A Numerical Breakdown

Hello, and welcome to the post that literally no one asked for but now exists I guess. Pictured above is Malamar, a Pokémon with an objectively stupid evolution method. How do you evolve it? Well obviously you just have to raise an Inkay to level 30 with the 3DS held upside down. So I started … Continue reading The Pokemon Gen With The Weirdest Evolution Methods? – A Numerical Breakdown