If you ever got lost in the world of Miniclip years ago, when flash games ruled the world of procrastination at schools and offices, you may have played a title called Bubble Trouble. It was based on Buster Bros. (A.K.A. Pang), a game which was based on an earlier game called Cannon Ball or Bubble Buster, etc. Enough history though – this game is getting a sequel called Bubble Struggle: Adventures. Well, it will be if it makes its Kickstarter goal. Read More »
Fist Full of Potions is an ever changing Katamari ball of video game journalism and we’re about to shake off some bits, while picking up some sweet new do-dads! What exactly is changing? Well, we’re not quite sure yet. The details are taking longer to hammer out than previously expected. With that said, Here’s some insight into the little information that I have.
The FFoP Show, our wacky morning news radio style gaming podcast, will be put on a hiatus until further notice. Is this just temporary? Is this a permanent ending? What’s changing? Who’s changing? Those are all great questions and we’re still trying to work out confident answers for each of them. We absolutely love producing the FFoP show and we do not want to see it end (unless we start a new beginning?) However, fear not! For our awesome tangential trip down memory lane known as “Multi-Tap” will continue on its expected bi-weekly status, school schedule allowing. Stay tuned for more on exciting new things from FFoP and don’t forget to check out Multi-Tap every two weeks on our iTunes and now YouTube!
So I heard you like games such as Hexen and Dark Messiah. Good news, Techland is making a game for you, and it isn’t Dying Light (though it is on the same engine). The stream begins at 10am PDT, so make sure to check it out if you have the time!
Do you have that Theatrhythm hype? If so, and you just can’t wait until the 16th, you have one of several options. The only one I’m going to tell you about is the demo for the upcoming Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call though. Available now in the e-shop, play through either J-E-N-O-V-A (FINAL FANTASY® VII: ADVENT CHILDREN®) or Edgar and Sabin’s Theme (FINAL FANTASY® VI). Of course you are limited by the typical Nintendo limit, which in this case is thirty plays. But you should hopefully have gotten the most out of those two songs by then. Downloading the demo will also unlock characters for the actual game (you can get without the demo, but why not start off with them?!). And if you pre-order, you’ll get the THEATRHYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL – REMIX SELECTIONS’ music CD which has five tracks on it. If you’re paying full price for the game anyway, may as well get the CD with, right?