An intriguing story, driving music, solid gameplay, interesting weapons and abilities, and a gorgeous world begging for exploration make Axiom Verge one of the best games of 2015.
On this month’s podcast, we forgo our normal segments in favor of a broad discussion on some recent gaming events. Join us as we talk about the final Smash Nintendo Direct, Playstation Experience, the Game Awards, and our favorite games of 2015.
It may be a little rough around the edges, but there’s a lot to love here, and fans of classic 2-D platformers should not let this game slip through the cracks.
From the main character to the art direction to the narrative, the charm of Gravity Rush outshines its shortcomings.
There are games that need some work, and then there are games that need a complete overhaul. Then, there are games that feel so unfinished that they never should have been released in their current state. Lucentek – Activate falls in the last category.
This month, we cover Battle For Wesnoth in our Co-op Play segment, and Christine reflects on her time with Harvest Moon. Plus, we dig into some of Nintendo’s latest rumors on NX, and consider the potential reaction to Nintendo’s first mobile game, Miitomo.
The allure of releasing games on an episodic schedule for developers is understandable. Spacing out releases by weeks and months provides many benefits and opportunities for creators. What bodes well for the developer, however, does […]
Nintendo finally came out with another Direct, and they had tons of interesting information to share. Join Jonathan, Christine, and Eric as they dig through the mess of announcements and figure out the secrets of the universe.
Here are five tips on how to be a happy healthy gamer, and keep on gaming for years to come.
Transformers: Devastation is truly more than meets the eye, and surpasses expectation at almost every level.