• ASMR,  PC Games,  Review,  Screenarchery,  Travel Journal

    Travel Journal: Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture

    1984, Shropshire (England), Yaughton Valley. Something mysterious happened… something that you as the player need to find out while exploring the now deserted towns. The inhabitants have literally vanished, disappeared without leaving a single trace behind. Your only clue is a bunch of floating orbs of light, swimming in the air and guiding you through the valley’s untold story. Telephones and radios still holding registered reports, pieces of the tale you need to reconstruct to solve the puzzle. This is what Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is about, an Indie title developed by The Chinese Room and SIE Santa Monica Studio, released for PS4 in 2015 and PC the following…

  • PC Games

    Otome Games: Mystic Messenger

    Today I bring you something different from my usual gaming posts. If you happen to be already interested in Japanese/Korean comics and cartoons (originally called manga/manhwa and anime), Otome games could represent a good company for your tiring and lonely days. Mystic Messenger is by far one of the most played adventures of this kind, so get comfy, grab a drink and some tissues on the way, because you’re going to undertake quite a long and deep ride!

  • Console Games,  Movies,  PC Games,  Review

    Tomb Raider 2018 Movie VS 2013 Game

    The new Tomb Raider movie with Alicia Vikander as lead character, inspired by the video game series released in 2013 by Square Enix and developed by Crystal Dynamics, is officially available in our theatres since March 15th. Many are the feedbacks related to this live action and although the majority of comments posted were not exactly reassuring, I usually try to think with my own head and see things for myself before expressing any sort of judgement. Is it good? Is it bad? Is it worth it? In this article I will compare a few scenes from the movie and the game itself, thus I highly suggest you to not…

  • PC Games,  Tech Stuff,  Visual Effects

    Final Fantasy XV: Windows Edition – Release Date, Benchmark and overview

    Happy (belated) 2018 everyone! I owe you an apology for the lack of updates in December, sadly real life got in the middle between the Holidays and personal commitments. However, yesterday morning I woke up with a bunch of incredible news regarding the Windows Edition of Final Fantasy XV, such as the awaited release date, official requirements and general informations. I thought that would be quite a nice way to start a new year on the blog, especially considering I’ve been fairly obsessed with this RPG for quite some time now! 😀

  • PC Games,  Tech Stuff

    Black Friday Gaming Deals

    The well awaited Black Friday is right around the corner and the majority of stores is already offering tons of pre-event discounts. If you were planning to get some new titles to play during your Christmas break, computer parts or even a brand new laptop/PC, this might be your chance to find the best gaming deals for a good price. Ready to write down your shopping list? Let’s go!

  • PC Games

    IT 2017: From the VR Cinematic Experience to the Mini Game

    IT, or Pennywise the clown has come back to scare us all, now with a completely new appearence that differs quite a lot from the iconic 1990 movie (featuring a great Tim Curry as protagonist) and has taken the spotlight with Bill SkarsgÃ¥rd’s e(pic)vil smile and acting skills. It all started with a terrifying VR Cinematic Experience, which gave us a good insight of what we could expect from the movie itself. No official video game has been announced for this cult, but HeroGollum created a first person mini game and released it on GameJolt. Are you ready to float? 🎈

  • Mods,  PC Games,  Screenarchery,  Visual Effects

    Skyrim Best ENBs

    The Skyrim series continues, one of the most played video games of all times that will most likely never get old. I’ve talked about visuals and general graphics in many articles by now, this time I want to create a helpful list with the best ENBs for The Elder Scrolls V, Special Edition included! Needless to say this is for PC players only, since you can’t install this kind of enhancements on console.