Catherine Dellosa Lo is a freelance writer by day and a geek by night. She constantly struggles between prying herself away from her Playstation console and sniffing the comic books lined up in her bookshelf, to the dismay of her husband. She one day hopes to soar the skies as a superhero, but for now, she strongly believes in saving lives through her works in fiction.
Articles by Catherine Dellosa
Some games will test your intellectual prowess in a battle of wits, while some will challenge your mettle when it comes to might and magic.
They say you only get one great love in life—the kind of love that accepts you for who you are, ugly flaws, excess baggage, unsightly blemishes and all.
How often can you say that you bit the moon, dragged it along with you, and chucked it toward a guitar-playing cricket in exchange for a bone?
With its deliberate lack of maps, icons, and any kind of navigational systems, it might seem like The Pathless is titled such just to describe its UI to you.
The Pathless tells you that there’s no one true path to salvation, and it’s pretty accurate—literally and figuratively.
Being a huge fan of classic point-and-click DOS games from Sierra’s heyday, I knew I’d jump at the chance to get my hands on the latest Larry Laffer game.
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In Supergiant Games' Hades, dear old dad keeps giving you such a hard time each time you try to run away from home, and it can be pretty frustrating—especially when all you really want to
Leave it to the Lord of the Underworld to scorn his only son and prompt him to run away from home.
Families, right? You can’t live with them, but you can’t live without them.
Hades may think that you just can’t take the heat, but you know better—after all, you’ve made it this far, right?
“If Pac-Man, E.T., and Raiders of the Lost Ark aren’t selling, what will?”