Running an item shop is harder than most games would have you believe, especially when you’re a young girl with no business experience. In this review, The Sometimes Vaguely Philosophical Mage takes a look at what we can learn from this sweet animesque business sim about friendship, adventure, and hardcore capitalism.
British gamer, blogger, composer and sometimes vaguely philosophical person.
Where modernism was about objectivity, postmodernism was about subjectivity. Where modernism sought a single truth, postmodernism sought the multiplicity of truths.
As I’ve grown and my life’s changed and done all those things that lives tend to do as part of the inevitable passage of time, I’ve come to love games for different reasons.
With Gordon Ramsay-like culinary expertise and barely concealed existential rage, the Sometimes Vaguely Philosophical Mage takes a peek at Overcooked! 2, which may or may not be as good as the first one.
Above all, video games are meant to just be one thing: Fun for everyone.
The Sometimes Vaguely Philosophical Mage does his best to get to grips with Cultist Simulator, but gazing too long upon the Old Ones has been known to cause loosened grips…
Is Overcooked a fun couch co-op experience about the joy of creating delicious meals, or a treatise on the inevitable descent of all things into chaos? The Sometimes Vaguely Philosophical Mage says: why not both?