Animus: Before and Beyond Your Expectations

April 28th, 2017 -

In recent years there have been a few games that have received a lot of praise and ended up being created almost exclusively, if not entirely, by a single person. Games such as Cave Story, Dust: An Elysian Tail, Undertale, and the most recent that comes to mind being Stardew Valley. While none of these may be your cup of tea, you have to admit that they’re all impressive feats. Even if you’ve never worked on a game, you have to understand that it takes a lot of work. Let’s go into some basics about that. Read More »

Dead Rising 4 Frank Rising DLC Review: Dead Repetitive Anger Rising

April 28th, 2017 -

Capcom has what most would call a clusterfuck of an idea when it comes to what DLC should be, by containing locked content on the disc, overcharging for content they release a month later on the Super Mega Hyper Limited ADD Remix edition, or locking the full ending behind the DLC pay wall. While unlike the majority of Dead Rising fans, I found Dead Rising 4 to be a flawed but enjoyable experience. With this content, Capcom listened to their fans and fixed one of the biggest gripes: the game’s lack of Overtime mode. Of course, they are charging us for it. Read More »

Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy The Telltale Series Ep: 1 Playthrough and Review: A Farewell to Kings

April 21st, 2017 -

Good news! We played through the first episode of Telltale’s new series. Bad news! Our commentary was way too quiet and hard to hear compared to the game audio. This was absolutely my fault for not doing QA on our end. However, above is our playthrough of the first episode; Monica had the reigns for 99% of the video. We did a recap of our thoughts at the end, but since it’s practically not possible to hear over the game audio, I’ll go ahead and summarize our thoughts here. Read More »

Full Throttle Remastered Review: A Brutal Legend

April 17th, 2017 -

The leader of the Polecats is forced into an offer that he attempts to refuse, and is soon tasked with saving those he cares for: his biker gang. This is an adventure game with some Road Rash thrown in for good measure. You play the role of Ben, and you’re out for blood. No one messes with your gang – no one. Read More »

The Franz Kafka Videogame Review: Betrachtung

April 14th, 2017 -

Think back to when you were going to school, in whatever the highest level of math was that you attempted, and think about that problem you stared at for hours without understanding. Now think of the teacher showing how to find the answer, and being completely lost still. That’s not really what this game is like, but I just thought you should remember that moment in your life. Read More »