Does it hold up? A feature where I have a look at games from the past and see if they are still as fun and playable now as you remember or if they are simply rose tinted memories. I’ve never … Continue reading The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt – Game of the Year Edition – Does it still hold up?
As anyone that has been a long time reader to ElderlyGoose.com will know, I love Prinnies. The first choice of avatar, this site’s icons and my previous Twitter handle were all Prinny artworks. There’s a lovable simplicity to the design … Continue reading Prinny 1•2: Exploded and Reloaded – Switch
Turn based strategy games are such a great breather from a busy day. It can be quite cathartic to simply load a game of Civilisation or Railroad Tycoon and just sink hours into an experience that takes its time and … Continue reading Seeds of Resilience – Switch
Look at any artwork for Giraffe and Annika and you’ll see why the original launch trailer gained a lot of attention. It has a sense of whimsy and mystical cuteness that could easily have been from any anime blockbuster. Giraffe … Continue reading Giraffe and Annika – Switch
Yes it’s on Game Pass, Yes the game has been out since November 2019 and Yes it is still worth writing about. There is always a special place in my heart for shorter games. There will always be huge epics … Continue reading Observation – Xbox One (X)
Does it hold up? A feature where I have a look at games from the past and see if they are still as fun and playable now as you remember or if they are simply rose tinted memories. Every time … Continue reading BioShock The Collection (1, 2 & DLC) – Does it still hold up?
My fondest VR memory is of PlayStation VR Worlds, being lowered in a cage down into the ocean depths to see various fish and go down much deeper into the sea than I’m ever likely to in my everyday chip … Continue reading Beyond Blue – PS4
Card games are amazing. I’ve a plethora of card games and the fact I’ve a few Weiß Schwarz theme decks should tell you everything about that habit. When it comes to video games that use card mechanics they can be … Continue reading Ancient Enemy – Steam
There’s something that’s very therapeutic about slotting bricks together to form a new shape. Be it in Tetris or Animal Crossing, the feeling of maximizing the use of space and having something to show for the work is fantastic. Either … Continue reading Islanders – Steam
Lately if it’s not one thing it’s another and it has been a crazy stressful time. Nothing helps deal with a sense of overwhelming helplessness like a linear game, especially one that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Not too much … Continue reading Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection – PS4