The Baron of Books asked me if he could write me a review of a game he just finished and really enjoyed. After he told me more about the story and in light of the Veteran’s Day holiday, I thought this would be a perfect time to share it. I am very grateful for the men and women of the armed forces who have chosen to protect and defend my freedoms… Sometimes to the ultimate sacrifice. One of my sisters is a veteran of the Marine forces and one of my brother-in-laws is in the Army. My boss is a veteran too and I have many friends and relatives who are active or retired. My thanks to all veterans as we remember their service this Veteran’s Day.
The Queen of Tarts
The Baron of Books aka
Viscount of Video Games Review of
Medal of Honor
So, while most of you know me as the Baron of Books, did you know I’m also the Viscount of Video Games? (Yes, it took me a depressingly long time to think up that little moniker, hush).
Books and video games I feel are two sides of a coin, maybe it’s a three-sided coin, considering movies are in there too. This oddly shaped, yet valuable coin is the coin of story. I love books, a lot. And I love video games, a lot. Both give me access to vast and wonderful lands full of interesting heroes, dastardly badguys, and everything in-between. Mincing my brain for something to review, I thought to the last few weeks, I haven’t read a lot of books in the past few months. Full-time work is still something that’s a little new to me, and it severely cut into my leisure time -.-