Gamers Therapy March 2018 Monthly Review

Happy Easter fellow bloggers! I hope you all have devoured copious amounts of chocolate as that what commercialism and religion has indoctrinated into us. Well not really me, I buy the easter eggs because I use Easter as an excuse to by chocolates……..ok that’s also a lie, I don’t need any excuses to buy chocolates but it is nice to have an excuse for other people at certain times of the year. Continue reading

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Katawa Shoujo Review (PC) A Casual Review

You know what I love about being a gamer?  The new experiences that once in a while comes along and takes you completely by surprise.  I have been graciously invited to join the team here at John Heatz.  This is the first time I have ever worked with a team on a blog before and although a few might think this isn’t a big deal I want you to know that it is to me.  I’m looking forward to bouncing ideas around and probably will be the guy with a different opinion, like the other day when certain people said they didn’t like Unchartedcoff Drakulas coff or that they never finished the games.. coff JohnHeatz coff and I had to single-handedly defend Naughty Dogs honour but that’s a tale for another day 🙂 I will still be blogging at Gamers Therapy, so don’t be sad.  Think of it as I’m spreading my awesomeness a little further now.  Don’t be a stranger.  Beyond!
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Assassins Creed 4:Black Flag (PS3) A Casual Review

Assassins Creed IV:  Black Flag is the sixth installment in the Assassins Creed franchise, a sequel to Assassins Creed 3 and a prequel to the continuity of the games historical time line.  Ubisoft Montreal has created a world that explores the golden age of piracy and improves a lot on its predecessor’s short comings. Continue reading

Ready Player One (2018) A Casual Review

*This post contains spoilers for Ready Player One, the movie and the book. This is as the title implies a very casual review. Meaning if I was having a conversation with someone and they asked me, “what did you think of Ready Player One?” This would be my general kind of response. Also, I’m going to assume that some of you have read the book so I will be using examples from what I can remember of it. If I am wrong about something that I am referencing then please leave a comment under the post. Please remember to be respectful otherwise I will just delete your comment. Continue reading