It’s been 7 long, but very fulfilling months but I have just completed my Administrative Assistant course. I’ve met a lot of good people at the college I attended, people who inspired me to go forward with my career. And I honestly couldn’t have gotten this far without both the guidance I got at school […]Read More I Just Completed College!
Sometimes, there comes a movie that is just as good as the source material on which it is based. And sometimes, there comes a game based on both the movie and its source material that in many ways outclasses both. Today, I would like to discuss a game that I love. This is a rare […]Read More Sweet As Syrup: Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World The Game Review
As of late, I’ve been getting back into the anime known as “Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure”. It’s based off this old manga that still runs to this day. The series is divided into eight parts and part focuses on a different protagonists. Usually, each protagonist has the words “Jojo” somewhere in their name. Each story arc […]Read More Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Is Pretty Sweet!
When it comes to fun underrated games, there are few consoles out there that has as many forgotten gems as the Gamecube. After all, the Gamecube was a financial failure and so many games that came out for the console ended up being flops. However, just because a game doesn’t do financially or critically, doesn’t […]Read More Sweet As Syrup: Gotcha Force Review
One of my favorite underrated games of all time would have to be Gods Eater Burst on the Playstation Portable. This game was fantastic! Good gameplay, good voice-acting, lots of customization, an entertaining yet somewhat predictable story, etc. Well, not only did they remake it and add a bunch of stuff to it, they are […]Read More God Eater Is Back!
There are few games out there that I find “truly addicting”. I’m the kind of gamer who would take frequent breaks, or not stay up too late playing a singular title. However, one game I played as of late I found fairly addicting. Sure, it could have been just because of its nostalgic nature, or […]Read More Sweet As Syrup: Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Review