Ori and the Blind Forest (Definitive Edition) ⚡Review

Ori and the Blind Forest Review 1

Platform Played On: PC
Developer: Moon Studios
Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Genre: Platform-adventure
Release Date: March 11, 2015

Yep. These popular Metroidvania style platformers are not my forte, but I do enjoy the special ones on occasion. This one came very highly recommended by the great Mr. Moron so I thought it was mostly safe to assume I’d really enjoy it (okay… trusting his opinion was a huge risk, I know). He was totally right, though! I was not emotionally prepared for the awesomeness of this masterpiece game…

Continue reading Ori and the Blind Forest (Definitive Edition) ⚡Review

Things on the XIIIth: August & September 2018

If you’re reading this, I finished another monthly(ish) update post AND I haven’t deleted my new website yet. Look at me sticking with things. Yay me! Just a reminder, Livid Lightning’s fiscal month begins on the 13th for reasons.

Anyway, life’s A LOT messed up for me lately, and I needed to take an extended break from everything (thus missing my 2nd monthly update post thingy). BUT gaming and blogging things are moving along again, so that’s good! Also nice and distracting. Thank you, video games and social media world!! Once I get a diagnosis from my country’s slow-ass healthcare system, I’ll likely vent a bit about what’s going on. Until then, everything is fine…

Continue reading Things on the XIIIth: August & September 2018

Things on the XIIIth: July 2018

Gosh, the year is more than half over already… wow. Anyway, I see a lot of cool blogger people doing these monthly update feature posts where they talk about what they did last month, goals for the current month, future plans, and other monthly stuff. I’m not above stealing blogging ideas, so here’s my new monthly update thing! Ahem.

Oh and here at Livid Lightning, my fiscal month begins on the 13th (for reasons) so this will be the day of the month I do this, if I actually continue to do these. I commit to nothing…

Full Disclosure: Way back in the old blogging days, I tried doing weekly progress updates but quickly burnt out on them. A monthly pace seems like a less stressful way to keep track of things so this may, indeed, work out! I’ll just get on with it now.

Continue reading Things on the XIIIth: July 2018