One Night At Karazhan Prologue

        Alright, one more Hearthstone article, but it’ll be the last one for a while. …if only because the latest expansion isn’t out fully. But speaking of it, there is a new expansion called One Night In Karazhan, where the player is a guest to a fabulous party at the spire known as Karazhan, and they’re enlisted by the butler, Moroes, to help fixed some ‘issues’ before the party starts. Continue reading

League of Explorers

        Compared to the last two adventures in Hearthstone, League of Explorers is much less serious in tone. This could be partly because most of the characters introduced here are original to Hearthstone rather than World of Warcraft, but I think it is mainly because rather than fighting evil beings, acting as a hero, you are acting as an explorer unearthing ancient artifacts. Continue reading

Manawyddan fab Llyr

        When I last spoke about Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelist of the Roses, I told you all about one of the more notorious enemies in the game, Pegasus Crawford, the cards he uses, and what you can expect to face. I said that he was one of the most difficult foes in the entire game, save perhaps the final boss, and that is who I will be talking about today. Continue reading

Nefarian

        Going back to Hearthstone, I just finished the second adventure, Blackrock Mountain. Compared to Curse of Naxxramus, this adventure has a bit less of a central focus. You aren’t chasing down one villain and tearing through his ranks to stop him, this time. However, it does appear that way at first. Continue reading

Pegasus Crawford

        In my last article, I talked about the game Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelists of the Roses, describing how the gameplay works and some of my own strategies. Today I’ll be looking at the story a bit, and one of the more frustrating enemies you must face, Pegasus Crawford. If you haven’t seen the last article and aren‘t familiar with the game, I recommend you read my last article first. Continue reading

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist of Roses

        One of my favorite games is actually I haven’t talked about at all; Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelist of the Roses. It is one of my favorites for a few different reasons; while it does follow most of the rule of the Yu-Gi-Oh! Card game, it primarily seems to operate on its own rules and concepts, producing what I can only call a sort of chess/card game hybrid. Continue reading

Ganondorf

        I seem to be completing a lot of forgotten games lately. Just last night I finally beat Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Ancient spoilers giving me a fair idea of what I was getting into, the final battle still took me quite by surprise, and provided much more challenge than I expected. Continue reading

Dark Samus

        When I left off on Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, I talked about Gandrayda, the last of the hunters Samus had to face on her mission to stop Dark Samus. Today we will be moving past that confrontation to the final battle, the true villain behind everything: Dark Samus herself. However, since she doesn’t just appear in this one game, we’ll be backtracking a little first. Continue reading

Sephiroth

        I can’t say I’ve beaten Final Fantasy 7, but I have played enough of it to pick up that Sephiroth is the final boss and main villain, though I’m a little disappointed that you do not seem to fight him at any point before the final battle. Disappointed, because I know he transforms into a giant angel monster, and I was hoping he might put up a fight in his normal state. Why would I want this? Well, because he did it in Kingdom Hearts. Continue reading

Gandrayda

        Today I’ll be talking about Gandrayda, the last of Samus’s fellow hunters that she has to face in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption. Last time we covered Rundas, the first, and I’m afraid we’ll be skipping Ghor entirely for the time being- cool as he is, I can’t really think of much to say about him that I didn’t mention in the Rundas article, and his fight was, comparatively, much easier, so much so that I don’t feel it really needs an analysis. So, we’ll be skipping on ahead. Continue reading