Entries in childhood (3)


QCF: Child of Light

he philosophy to telling a good fairy tale carries a specific ingredient for success that will always remain consistent to the process, no matter what the subject matter may be; imagination—just how much mileage does it stretch out of the minds of all who give the fable the time of day. The humble beginnings of a fairytale can make all the difference between merely entertaining you, to completely transporting you to completely different world entirely, and even when it’s all done, you’ll never exactly be the same ever again.

Ubisoft hit this nail square on with Child of Light, and it took everything within me to rip myself away from one of the most enchanting worlds I’ve been to in the last ten years, and I do this just so that I can share with you all, how incredible this unassumingly brilliant title really is.

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PPR Presents Lime Light: Little Nemo: Dream Master

ll these review games and the upcoming releases that will be at E3 has been making us super sleepy lately, if only our trips to Slumberland were exciting like the journeys of Little Nemo. Well, we’re going to try this Friday night. In this latest installment of Limelight, we’re going to revisit one of the cast’s personal favorites and bring you all Little Nemo Dream Master for the NES; you guys enjoyed our Games Club, but now we’re bring you the classic firsthand. Tune in around Friday, June 7th, at 7:30 PM pacific time and join us in the chat on our Twitch page or settle in for the stream right here where George and the crew get down on the get down and might have a couple of brews as they use candy to skin animals alive.

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PPR 73

ometimes life can be like a hurricane, and when it is, then you should be sure to grab on to some Disney games. The podcast gets heavy as we discuss all of the games and news from EA securing publishing/developing rights for Star Wars to Nintendo fucking around, and finally the featured topic, Walt Disney video games. Over the last 20 years we’ve seen a variety of licenses from the big D transformed into games, and we discuss whether these games are a testament of quality because of the license itself or their design-- we get steamy folks.

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