With the World Series happening, it just occurred to me that we will only have football for possibly a month or two. College football on Saturday and the NFL on Thursday, Sunday, and Monday, to be exact. Not that having only football is a bad thing. After all, having only football is better than having no sports at all. But what will I do with my time if there are no other sports to keep me hooked?! What will I do?! OH, THE HUMANITY!
A couple of winless teams got on the board with their first victories of the season. There was also an ass whooping administered by a blue blood franchise. What happened in Week Six of the NFL season?
Welcome to another Steam Review, where I review games that are on Steam! This review is a spooky one as we take a look at Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight.
Momodora: Reverie Under the Moonlight is a game that was initially released for Microsoft Windows on March 4, 2016. It can also be found on XBox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Linux, and macOS. Developed and/or published by DANGEN Entertainment, Playism, and Bombservice, (with help from Active Gaming Media and Limited Run Games), Reverie Under the Moonlight is the fourth installment in the Momodora series.
Reverie Under the Moonlight follows a priestess named Kaho, who travels to the eastern Kingdom of Karst to stop a curse from affecting her village. Along the way, she meets Cath, a knightess who tells Kaho that the queen is causing the curse to happen, with the only way to stop the curse is to kill the queen.
The game can be simple for non-Metroidvania players and can be challenging for Metroidvania aficionados. It's a proper balance of difficulty. The gameplay feels right, the storytelling is superb, and the characters will grow on you.
Overall, Reverie Under the Moonlight is a nice Metroidvania to give a try. If you're looking for a frighteningly good time this Halloween, give Reverie Under the Moonlight a shot.
The essence of fall is upon us! The air is becoming crisp, the football is becoming intense, and playoff baseball is among us! Who is staging their comeback with a BANG like the Houston Astros? Who is choking their chances away like the Tampa Bay Rays?
Other Losers: North Carolina, Louisiana-Monroe, Auburn
College Football Playoff Four
It seems like no matter how hard the Los Angeles Dodgers try, they can't seem to get their hands on the elusive World Series hardware. Andrew Friedman develops the best players (Cody Bellinger and Walker Buehler) and acquires the best players (Mookie Betts), yet the Dodgers can't win it all. Right now, the Dodgers are faced with a 3-1 deficit against the hot Atlanta Braves. That begs the question of why the Dodgers keep falling short every year.
I have seldomly played a Shantae game in my life. Before I played Shantae and the Seven Sirens, I didn't even know Shantae was a Metroidvania-style series, let alone a fun series. After playing Shantae and the Seven Sirens, I finally got to realize the fun nature that is Shantae. Here are a few reasons why you should give Shantae and the Seven Sirens a try.
The following teams had high expectations (or playoff expectations) at the beginning of the season, but watched those expectations go up in smoke. With that being said, it's probably a good idea to start from scratch, right? Here are a few teams that should hit the reset button hard.
In spite of the coronavirus, the NFL season chugs along. Some teams should be concerned for their seasons, while some are optimistic about their future. What did this week bring to us?
Star quarterback Dak Prescott suffered a sickening ankle injury in Dallas's 37-34 win over the New York Giants yesterday. Trying to stiff arm Giants cornerback Logan Ryan, Prescott's ankle went underneath Ryan and went the other direction. It's likely that Prescott's season is over, which will add to the agony of the Cowboys' frustrating season. Should Cowboy fans be concerned?
Absolutely. First, Andy Dalton is a good veteran presence for the Cowboys, even going 9-for-11 for 111 yards. However, Dalton hasn't had a completion percentage over 62% and has trown 37 interceptions in the past three seasons. He's also had one season with a rating over 100; that was in 2015, when he put up a case for MVP with a completion rate of 66.1%, 25 touchdowns, and just seven interceptions.
The one saving grace Cowboy fans have is that the NFC East is horrible. The Philadelphia Eagles are not going anywhere with Carson Wentz right now and the Giants and Washington are young teams that still need time to develop. Dalton could lead the surge to an NFC East title once Dallas gets healthy again. However, fans will have to hope for Super Bowl aspirations for next season.
The SEC saw some wild things happen and we had a Red River Shootout. Seriously. Who ain't afraid of no ghosts and who got spooked easily?
Other Losers: Louisville, Florida State, K.J. Costello
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