Ever wonder what it would be like to own a small coffee shop that doubles as a late-night meetup in a fantasy world where orcs order cafe lattes?
In Coffee Time, you are the Barista, a faceless character serving drinks to regulars and the occasional extra-terrestrial looking for dating advice.
Coffee Time fits in the genre of a visual novel with intermittent spurts of activity where you fill someone’s order for a drink by choosing the ingredients. You don’t get to choose options for dialogue, and you’ll mostly rely on one or two buttons to continue the automatic conversations or fast-forward quickly through sections on a replay after you’ve beaten the game.
HyperGeeky has been in cruise control since I started teaching. And unlike the other “careers” I’ve taken up (photography, IT, part-time teaching), going full-time and switching schools hasn’t given me much time or energy for playing video games, watching movies, and writing reviews.
But isn’t it funny — to think that a pandemic led me to start working on the site again and that one of my first reviews is about a game in which the world has been turned upside down by a mysterious illness?
It wasn’t planned — I moved to the WordPress servers like a couple months ago. (I have receipts.)
Anyways, the Last of Us isn’t the first game I played now that I’m back into gaming, but it is the one I most recently beat.
It’s a game I’ve been wanting to play ever since its release, but circumstances always kept me from actually purchasing it. Now that the sequel is out, and some critics have called it a masterpiece, I decided it was time.
Arkham Knight is the fourth in the acclaimed Arkham series which kicked off in 2009 with Arkham Asylum and was followed by Arkham City in 2011 and Arkham Origins in 2013.
All of the games were handled by Rocksteady except for Origins which was developed by Warner Bros. Games Montreal. With Knight back under its helm, Rocksteady takes the reins for the series’ grand finale.