Episode 4 is here at last! We talked May the 4th, Infinity Wars and many many games. We end the show discussing whether video game ports. Are they a blessing, or a curse?
Masters of Anima Release Date: April 10, 2018 Developer: Passtech Games Publisher: Focus Home Interactive Platforms: Nintendo Switch (eShop), PC (Steam), PS4 (Playstation Store), Xbox One (Microsoft Store) Price: $19.99 USD Masters of Anima is a neat little game out from Passtech Games. It's a game that meshes elements of two notable and popular games … Continue reading Masters of Anima Review – A Nice Blend of Genres
Hi Everyone! Today is a special day being May the 4th, celebrating all the is Star Wars. Whether you are a fan of the original trilogy, the prequels, the new films, or just about all of them, it's a day to get together to celebrate the sci-fi fantasy that captured hearts all around the world. … Continue reading May The 4th Be With You… Always
Healer's Quest Release Date: April 18, 2018 Developer: Rablo Games Publisher: Rablo Games Platforms: PC (Steam) Price: $14.99 USD Out from Rablo games is one of the more unique games I've played in a while. If you're someone who's played the support healer role, or sympathize for our squishy cloth covered friends who manage to keep our health … Continue reading Healer’s Quest Review – So You Want To Be A Healer Eh?
Hello everyone! I've had a topic on my mind for sometime around the subject of games being ported to newer platforms. I certainly have my own opinions that's changed over time, and really falls into a grey area. This initially got triggered from the last Nintendo Direct, which showed off alot of ports coming to … Continue reading To Port Or Not To Port? That is the question…
Tesla vs Lovecraft Release Date: March 16, 2018 Developer: 10tons Publisher: 10tons Platforms: Nintendo Switch (eShop), PC (Steam), Playstation 4 (Playstation Store), Xbox One (Microsoft Store) Price: $14.99 USD Indie developer 10tons is back at it again on the Switch. This time up for bat is another top down, twin stick shooter, Tesla vs Lovecraft. This game does not redefine … Continue reading Tesla vs Lovecraft – Science Meets Fiction…
Episode 3 is upon us! On this episode, I talk about my basement project, my grief with garbage men, video game news, a bit about games I'm playing and what's on my horizon. Lastly, I end the show discussing if there's anything movies can learn from video games.
Mass Effect Andromeda has strangely captured my heart and has really got it's hooks in me. The game that was critically ripped apart for it's odd facial animations has repeatedly shown me a hidden beauty as I gun towards completing this behemoth of a game. That is the planets amongst other things tucked away within … Continue reading Andromeda Sure Has Some Pretty Looking Planets
Hey everyone! Hope you all had a good weekend. Wanted to run something a week out before episode 3 of the podcast, and pose a question to you lovely folks here on WordPress and Twitter. Over the years, video games have made huge advancements. Outside of their huge reach and many different types of games … Continue reading Can Movies Learn From Video Games?
In episode 2, I discuss the Nindies Spring Showcase for 2018, Tesla vs Lovecraft, and try to answer the question, do video games cause violence?