Amazing VGM: Shades of Grey (YOU and ME and HER)

Oh right, I’m supposed to write things other than game reviews occasionally! Sorry, it completely slipped my mind because of how many game reviews I’m behind on. Yes, I’m still behind on those reviews, but I just finished up the Disturbing Video Games Iceberg, so I’ll do something easy between that and my next review. …

Site Progress & Personal Update: July 2021

Well, last month certainly did not go as planned. For those unaware, I was hospitalized last month for acute pancreatitis, and I needed to have my gallbladder surgically removed. The hospital stay was for four days, and then I spent over a week after that trying to get over the spike in depression and anxiety …

Let’s Send Nina Turner to Congress! – Ohio Special Election (Pink Tsunami)

Well, it was a nice break from political writing, but It wouldn’t be right for me to stay silent on Nina Turner’s election. Despite the fact that Trump has been out of office for over half a year, it doesn’t feel like much has changed. The fact that Biden hasn’t been following through on his …

Nukige Septic Tank: Futanari Quest (PC) (NSFW)

CW: Discussion and portrayal of incest, rape, and transphobia. Well everyone, I just spent the last week or so suffering from pancreatitis and recovering from having a stone infested gallbladder removed. Needless to say, it has not been fun, and it is a major reason why there is a delay on content. Anyway it’s time …

Site Progress & Personal Update: June 2021

Whenever I make these site update pieces, I tend to feel either incredibly optimistic, or drained of all my serotonin. For this piece, it’s the latter. Yeah, I’m tired as hell. Between the exhaustive amount of research needed for my Disturbing Games Iceberg, and with how long it’s taking to complete Majikoi: Love Me Seriously, …

Standard Review: Ys I & II Chronicles (PSP/PC/Ios)

I often find myself overwhelmed by the amount of well known JRPG series I still need to check out. Given that I haven’t even beaten every mainline Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest, the idea of jumping into another long running series is a daunting one. But hey, I’m finally reviewing a Falcom game, so that’s …

Top 5 Games Reviewed On Guardian Acorn in its Fourth Year

Well shit, Guardian Acorn’s 4th birthday just passed! I’m still quite in awe that this experiment of mine has lasted this long, and I’m hoping that it continues to last. And now comes the tradition where I take one last chance to talk about the best and the worst games I reviewed this year. Okay …

Quick Review: Escape Castle Death Loop (PC)

Escape Castle Death Loop is a strange game. This game started out as a simple creation for the dev’s son to play around with, and over time, he added more and more stuff to it. After spending 100+ hours on adding new stuff to this game, developer Thomas Bellissimo decided to create a Kickstarter for …

Site Progress & Personal Update: May 2021

Another month has passed, and I have been successfully keeping up my schedule of one piece a week. I am pleased with the fact that I’ve been able to make significant progress with my work, and have a steady flow of content. I currently have all of my reviews up to review number 200 planned. …

Steam Greenlight Landfill: Neptunia Shooter (PC)

It’s well established at this point, that I’m a Hyperdimension Neptunia fangirl. I owe a lot to this series. I’ve said before how I felt an affinity with this series as a socially isolated, closeted trans woman. The original Hyperdimension Neptunia was one of the key reasons I bought a PS3. Yes, that low budget …