I recently enjoyed the privilege of being reminded of how much I loved Deus Ex: Mankind Divided when I cracked open the game’s DLC. Like so many Summer Backlog candidates, I had, at some point, piled the DLC into my library as part of a Steam sale.
Final Fantasy is one of my favorite series. I have cherished playing through most of the mainline games and their spinoffs. Final Fantasy IV: The After Years is one of the few titles related to the core series that I hadn’t yet experienced, until now.
As I searched for ways to help, I stumbled upon an event called Play for Planned Parenthood. Organized by Megan Embree, a project manager in the gaming industry, she launched Play4PP “to raise money and awareness for Planned Parenthood Federation of America and create a community of gamers who want to drive change through doing what they love.”
Me and my brother are fighting game junkies. A big part of our game collection consists of beat em 'ups, from obscure small titles to the heavy hitters of the genre. So, it comes as somewhat of a surprise that such a big game as Injustice 2 has eluded me.
The whole game is surrounded in a mystery as you play as the titular character Edith. Every member of the Finch family seems to meet their fate in strange ways, which ultimately leads the family to believe they have been cursed.