Hello to the Lost Summer Fold! Another Anime NYC weekend is behind us and it feels so good to say these words again. As we’ve done in the past, a roundup and review on Anime NYC 2021 are currently in development.…Read more
After eighteen long years, Mr. Driller Drill Land finally reaches Western shores via Nintendo and Steam
With the Switch/Steam port of Mr. Driller Drill Land right around the corner, I wanted to take the time to revisit one of my favorite time sinks growing up.…Read more
An In-Depth Look At A Capoeirista Forgotten By Lore
When one thinks of capoeira, it is impossible to mention the impact video games had in bringing the art into the public eye. Sure, there have been movies, books, and capoeira schools for as long as the art existed, but video games were arguably the form of media which made the art popular.…Read more
On Friday, I had the opportunity to watch Weathering With You and it left a lasting impression on me. So much so, that I wanted to write a review for this movie. This is not so much a review of the movie, but rather a change of pace for this blog altogether.…Read more
Pokemon Sword and Shield’s New Expansion Packs Leave Fanbase Polarized But Has History Always Been Kind?
First thing’s first. Happy New Year everyone! It’s been a crazy and eventful year for Lost Summer Dayz and 2020 is about to get even more insane.…Read more
“A Tale of Swords and Souls, Eternally Retold”
Last month I had briefly discussed the Sega Dreamcast’s 20th anniversary. I mentioned how, for a console with as limited of a lifespan as this one had, the Dreamcast resonates with me to this day.…Read more
An introspection of one’s childhood memory as we celebrate the fabled console’s twentieth anniversary.
September 9th, 1999
The four nines was a date that was met with great anticipation. Not only would it be the last date where we would see such a phenom in the 20th century with 8/8/88 before it, but it marked a date that would go down in gaming history.…Read more