Cblogs of 2/15 to 2/21/2020: Warriors Orochi, Ninja, and Mega Man music


Cblogs Recap: Week 8

– Narwhalnut just revealed a new indie game that he made, Belle Boomerang.

Blanchimont reviews Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate.

Brady4Jah reviews Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch with a focus on accessibility.

– Scrustle writes an essayon the nature of stealth games with a focus on Dishonored and its systems.

– Taterchimp writes an analogy between his favorite videogames and anal beads.

– Pedrovay2003 details how you can get started in joining the PC Virtual Reality scene.

Flegma shares his thoughts regarding the small indie game, Switch ‘n’ Shoot.

– LaTerry in a response to this month’s Band of Bloggers prompt writes about the unexpected brilliance of the Yakuza series.

– ScionVyse reviews The Pedestrian a little-known indie 2D puzzle platformer.

– Nior continues his Command & Conquer retrospective with C&C: Generals.

Osc continues his journey in making their own videogame as a hobby.

PhilsPhinding discusses the similarity between the soundtracks of Mega Man 3 and Mega Man 4 and some pop music.

– PhilsPhinding discusses the similarity between the soundtracks of several games to pop music.

– Chris Bradshaw writes about famous streamer Ninja and the statement “It’s just a game”.

– Jaygerbomb shares with us how to import the videogame arcade experience into our homes on the cheap.

Thanks as always to Lord Spencer for the Cblog Recap and to all of our community bloggers for curating this weeks content!