Undertale Review

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Developer: tobyfox
Publisher: tobyfox
Played on: PC
Release Date: September 15, 2015
Time Played (Steam): 25 hours
Paid: $15.99 (Game + Soundtrack Bundle)

Undertale is a game that’s very difficult to review without spoiling.  Half the fun of the game is discovering the myriad of silly characters, songs, and even gameplay mechanics that are buried within.  This is a game where I refused to listen to certain tracks on the soundtrack until I had heard them in-game; I considered the MUSIC to be a spoiler.  So, full disclosure before I really get going: there will be mild spoilers.  If you have some degree of interest in the game, I highly recommend that you check it out.  I don’t think that you’ll be disappointed.  However, if you’ve played the game already and want to see if you can feel validated in your opinions, or if all you’re thinking right now is, “What’s an Undertale?” then by all means, stick around. Continue reading

In the beginning…

Well, this’ll be a short one.  It’s almost 11 PM, and I should really be heading in the direction of bed.  I mean, I’ll probably be up for at least another hour (knowing me), but it’s the thought that counts, right?

Anyway, quick shout-out to my aunt for suggesting that I start this blog to get some practice with doing video game-related writing.  Here’s hoping it’s a good time!

So…yeah.  Probably going to go for a weekly upload schedule, so that’s a thing.  Sunday mornings seem like a pretty good time, maybe?  We’ll see…

Anywho, this is really just here so that if you happen to stumble across this page before there’s meaningful content, you don’t think it’s some mistake or an abandoned blog or something.  Hope to do things soon!