Where I talk about how Capcom smashed my expectations after the trainwreck that was Resident Evil 6
Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra OK… I have to admit that I was a terrible Zelda Fan because I called myself one without actually playing the original The Legend of Zelda (1986) nor Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (1987) […nor Skyward Sword (2011) for that matter…]. Nonetheless, I am happy to announce that I am no longer […]
Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra My thumb is seriously injured. After playing with the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) Classic Edition, I started realizing how marvelous controller sticks are. Just five minutes of playtime, and my thumb was already hurting. Still, regardless of the pain caused by the controller, the mini NES is extremely addictive and full of awesomeNESs! […]
Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra Like many of you, I grew up with Nintendo. My siblings and I used to play a lot of one or two-player games, which meant that, since I am the baby of the family, if I was lucky, I could play after them. However, Mario Kart was an exception because we could play […]
Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra As I stated in To Kill a MockingGeek and No End of the World During the End of the World, this is a time for hoarding Geek products about the Apocalypse even if you, like me, are broke. After all, there are a lot of sales, the financial crisis will hit us for […]
A Special Issue to Celebrate Children’s Day in Mexico Today, April 30th, Mexico celebrates Children’s Day. All of us, The Cake | us vs reality bakers, decided to bake a special cake in honor of every geek kid out there, as well as our geek inner child. We have sweetened this cake with special memories […]
Where I scream about my fascination with mythology, religion, RPG’s and how it enhances an already amazing game for me.
Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra To Kill a MockingGeek is a HUGE stereotype hyperbole (NO WAY!) that talks about why Geeks are probably the best mentally prepared sector of the global population for facing the end of the world. It also explains why we are very likely to die first or, at best, die anyway. We are indeed […]
Alexis Ibarra-Ibarra First, I am not gonna talk about sexism in videogames here because I don’t like the subject. But, probably a lot of gamers will strongly disagree with me. I love The Legend of Zelda, I think it’s a saga that has developed a broad range of works of art, and it has a […]
Where I scream about how good of a remake CAPCOM made.