Alyssa Wejebe writes about games, reads about games, and plays them too. RPG, hack-and-slash, and fighting games are some of her favorite genres. She loves nonhuman characters. One of her earliest gaming memories center around battling her grandmother and younger brothers in “Super Bomberman 2” on the SNES.
Articles by Alyssa Wejebe
Cards in a collectible card game are obviously important.
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As 2019 wraps up, MediEvil is enjoying new attention.
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