Catherine is by far one of the weirdest yet most addicting games I have ever played. I wanted it as soon as it came out simply because I’m all for choice-making games and puzzles that make you think. It’s definitely not for kids though as innocent as puzzles sound. I’m sure by now you know how much I love a good romance, but you know what spoils it? A love triangle. So… who will you choose? Katherine or Catherine? — A Geeky Gal, Saturday Suggestion – Game: Catherine (2014)
*Disclaimer: Welcome to Gaming After Dark, a series just for games best enjoyed after dark. Games featured in this series are NSFW (Not Safe For Work), contain adult content and explicit themes, and are not meant for those under the age of eighteen. The reviews for the games will also feature content that is NSFW and is intended for mature readers only.
I am adding a new category to A Geeky Gal! Gaming After Dark is going to be bite sized reviews like my Saturday Suggestion posts on rated 18+ or rated M+ games that contain adult content and are best played after dark. I’ve got a few visual novels I’ve been dying to write about but feared that the adult content didn’t fit in well with Saturday Suggestions. And so I came up with Gaming After Dark.
Gaming After Dark posts will be released on Fridays at my regular blogging hours just like my Saturday Suggestion posts. All posts will contain a short disclaimer before the “read more” line to keep NSFW content hidden. Let me know what you think about this new category and what games you’d like to see here. Stay tuned for the very first installment this Friday!
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You’ve probably heard of or at least watched Avatar: The Last Airbender. What most people haven’t done yet, but totally should, is watch its sequel: The Legend of Korra. Korra is the latest reincarnation of the Avatar, a person who can bend all of the elements which includes water, air, earth, and fire and is responsible for keeping balance in the world.
Hartline Art is a custom art shop by one of my good friends Rebeccah Hartline based right here in St. Louis. Some of her paintings feature geeky elements like the TARDIS and Star Wars. Others are just as fantastic with her use of colors and technique. She mixes all her own colors! After commissioning one personal art piece and grabbing another before it could be sold on Facebook, I knew I had to get Rebeccah to do an interview on Hartline Art.
I’m proud to present my interview with Rebeccah Hartline of Hartline Art!
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Thank you so much for watching my interview with Rebeccah! Please do me a huge favor and go follow her on both of her links! She’s phenomenal and deserves it! If you’re looking for custom paintings, Rebeccah is amazing to work with and budget friendly!
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An action RPG has done the impossible: marrying Disney and Final Fantasy. Being a huge Disney fan, and just getting my feet wet with Final Fantasy, I was super interested in picking up this game. The tale of Kingdom Hearts is a wholesome one, though a bit complicated. Simply put, it’s the “story of Light overcoming Darkness with the power of Friendship.” — A Geeky Gal (Video Game Challenge Day 28)
We all have that one game that is truly a part of our identity. It’s not just any video game, it’s our video game. It’s the one that’s always on our mind when we think about nostalgia or even games in general — the one with the most memories and stories attached to it.
— Matt @ Normal Happenings
Normal Happenings has done it again.
If you saw the last blogger collaboration, Hyrule: See the Sights! Hear the Sounds!, then you have got to get on board for the next collaboration: The Games That Define Us. Just as with the Hyrule collab, The Games That Define us will include music and imagery to match each individual and personal post.
There are currently TWO spots left! If you want in on this huge collaboration follow this link to Normal Happenings post. Matt and Nikki at Normal Happenings have made this incredibly simple and organized to keep confusion to a minimum.
Questions? Just leave a comment on the main post with any questions you have about the project! You seriously don’t want to miss out!