PAX South 2017: Indie Game Excitement

Originally published on Trevor Trove on February 2, 2017 As a final send off bit of writing to PAX South, I wanted to take some time to highlight a lot of the indie games that caught my eye on the show floor. Death Squared I’ve had my eye on Death Squared since PAX East last year. AnContinue reading “PAX South 2017: Indie Game Excitement”

PAX South 2017: Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom Preview

Originally published on Trevor Trove on January 31, 2017 Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas took me by surprise last year when it was ported to PlayStation 4. What would have easily been overlooked popped on my radar when Greg Miller from Kinda Funny gave it a shot and mentioned it having Zelda Wind Waker vibes. SoContinue reading “PAX South 2017: Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom Preview”

PAX South 2017

Originally published on Trevor Trove on January 28-29, 2017 Day 1 Recap Today was a good, reinvigorating day. I woke up and headed over to the convention center this morning to pick up my media badge (since I arrived too late last night to grab it yesterday). Badge pick-up opened at 8AM and I wasContinue reading “PAX South 2017”

PAX South 2017: Has-Been Heroes Preview

Originally published on Trevor Trove on January 27, 2017 As I reviewed the PAX South Expo Hall map a few days ago, I thought to myself, “well if I can’t get a hands on with the Switch at the Nintendo booth, maybe I’ll try at the Has-Been Heroes booth…” Has-Been Heroes is a multi-platform roguelikeContinue reading “PAX South 2017: Has-Been Heroes Preview”

PAX South 2017: Nintendo Switch and Breath of the Wild Impressions

Originally published on Trevor Trove on January 27, 2017 As someone who grew up talking about Nintendo with my friends and likely told my fair share of “my uncle works for Nintendo” lies on the playground, it is an incredibly surreal experience to have now played the Nintendo Switch prior to the system’s March 3rdContinue reading “PAX South 2017: Nintendo Switch and Breath of the Wild Impressions”