Five Fandom Friday

5 Fandom Friday: Video Games I Love To Play

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Kingdom Hearts

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I’ve yet to give my favorite game a Saturday Suggestion post but it’s coming. There’s so much story to KH that I know I can’t do it justice with a summary but I will do my best with a lengthy review for each game. I’ve had the privilege to play just about every single one including KHUX on android. The story, characters, and game play always bring me back in with each new release of this series.

Skyrim

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Another of my all time favorite games and one of the few I have purchased twice (once for PS3 and once for PS4… Don’t judge me!). This one is also long overdue for a Saturday Suggestion. As a game artist I can appreciate the time it took to create such a beautiful environment, life-like characters, and realistic clothing and weapons. It truly is a beautiful game with hours of game play. It has its share of bugs, but it’s open world and has many good points. Hats off to Bethesda for amazing work.

The Sims

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I love The Sims! I’ve been playing since the beginning, and it was definitely an inspiration for character modeling for me. It led me to texturing clothing which led me to learning how to 3D model. It’s a nostalgic feeling to play, and it can be new and exciting with the new games and expansion packs. It’s definitely a game with a lot of replay value and opportunity for a new gaming experience each time you play it.

 

Catherine

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Catherine has been sitting in the Saturday Suggestion cue for months. It’s a great puzzle and choice game with several endings. There’s some NSFW-ness but it’s a great game if you love making choices and puzzles. I like the art style and the way the choices instantly affect your game play. One of the best puzzle/choice-based games I’ve played in a long time.

 

The Wolf Among Us

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Finally, a game on this list with a review! You can check it out here. Another game whose art style steals my heart. Tell Tale games has a unique style all their own (check out Borderlands!). I love choice based game play, and they really hit the ball out of the park with this one. I also love re-tellings of fairy tales, and this is a very gritty version of some of my childhood favorites. You can read my review for more information!

 

What are some of your favorite video games? Discuss them with me in the comments!

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