This week old habits die hard, and Ginia simply cannot resist reviewing a new Sims game. Will The Sims Medieval be just another shallow home decor game, or is this installment really more than a re-skinned Sims game?
This week Ginia takes a break from growing potatoes and murdering Sims to play and review the retro Playstation RPG Wild ARMs. How does it hold up after 14 years? Read the review to find out.
In this week’s editorial, Ginia discusses the pros and cons of digital distribution. Are gamers ready to go digital and go green, or are we still clinging to our discs and cases?
Another retro review from Ginia, this time of the 2001 RPG Shadow Hearts. How does it compare to Koudelka? Will it give you nightmares? Read the review to find out.
A retro review of the SNES cult classic: Earthbound. Does it withstand the test of time? Is there even a test that can measure such a unique RPG? Find out here.
Ginia examines one of the games that helped to shape and define her future as a gamer when she was but a wee lass.
A review of the Gamecube potato simulator, Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life. Warning: review may contain potato spoilers circa 2004.
I had intended to review Grandia 2 today, but instead, this led me to wonder: what does it take to be an engaging protagonist in a video game?
What ho, Lusipurr.com readers! May the blessings of the Bright Potato and his Buttery Disciples be with you this and every day. I am back and ready to assail you with more stimulating discussion about potatoes, The Sims, and Harvest Moon. Huzzah! We shall begin our writer/reader relationship anew today with a review of a more »
Herp derp, my Lusi-sprites. I am a firm believer in the idea that if you truly wish to do something, you can find the time, no matter how busy your life is. I had a professor who managed to be a mother to three teenage children and elementary school principal by day, part-time university professor more »