Here’s a list of video game articles I’ve written for LevelSkip.com.
I’m what some Singaporean gamers call, a cheapskate player i.e. I usually only buy video games after they are discounted for being “old.” In other words, few of these articles involve new releases.
I started playing Sega’s Yakuza series mainly because of their incredible virtual renditions of modern Japan. They are so perfect for video game tours of Japan. I was then thrilled to discover there were hundreds of colourful side stories in them too.
Simply put, this is the video game series you must encourage children to play, because it is so educational. Just ensure that they do not succumb to the “one more turn” syndrome.
After the meh that was Warlords of Draenor, Blizzard mostly redeemed itself with this 2016 expansion.
Other than its award-winning open world, what’s really impressive about The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is the incredible amount of lore in it. Lore presented via in-game books.
A “factsheet” about the legendary Konami video game series, Castlevania. Incidentally, also my favourite platformer since 1986.
During my Eurotrips, nothing delighted me more than to explore exotic European castles. This love began when I played my first Castlevania game in 1986.
The episodes that sorely disappointed the hardcore Castlevania fanboy in me.
As of January 2021, there’s still little hope of full and proper remakes for any of these classic video game titles.
Fond of Shinobi, the mythical black-clad assassins of medieval Japan? Here are some of the greatest retro video games based on ninjas.
Thanks to the wonders of graphic and audio technology, one can easily visit Japan anytime with these PlayStation 4 masterpieces.
Video Game Music Posts
Listings of my favourite soundtracks from the Shin Megami Tensei Series, Castlevania, and Gradius.