ESH | Boys Throw Jellybeans Blobs Solve Puzzles

Puzzle-platforming games tend to go one of two ways with their mechan­ics: Quan­tity or qual­ity. A Boy and His Blob cer­tainly meets the con­di­tions for quan­tity, but ended up leav­ing me want­ing more in the realm of qual­ity. With that in mind, are the adorable visu­als and shock­ingly haunt­ing sound­track enough to carry the game all the way to the end? Grab your bag of jelly beans and come with me on a ride down nos­tal­gia lane as I review A Boy and His Blob for the PC.


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Bonus Scare | Silent Hill: Shattered Memories

It’s now offi­cially Octo­ber and that means hor­ror games! I’m plan­ning on pep­per­ing this spook­i­est of months with plenty of hor­ror good­ness, so stay tuned for all of the awe­some hor­ror that awaits. Today, I played through the first chap­ter of Silent Hill: Shat­tered Mem­o­ries. One of the bet­ter recent games in the series, this game has some very inter­est­ing ele­ments and makes decent use of the Wii remote.

This Just In | Free Game Report 11/5

You know what my favorite price is? Free. At any given moment there are usu­ally a decent num­ber of free games out there to grab. No, I don’t mean the games that are always free, I’m talk­ing about the ones that usu­ally cost money. So, I’ve gath­ered together all of the sources I usu­ally check and have com­piled it here for your con­sum­ing plea­sure. Hit me up and let me know if there’s any­where else I should fre­quent for free game, or per­haps just some that I’ve missed.


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