A few weeks ago, I imported the action figure of Captain America from the Amazing Yamaguchi line. This is the best figure that I have ever owned, because unlike most of the toys I’ve collected as an adult, I enjoy playing with this one.Read More
That’s the word that encapsulates Wandersong.
What is “fun” differs for everyone, but I mean to describe more what the game is going for. It’s a game full of charm and humor in a way that rarely gets used in this medium, and it all translates into (for me, anyway) fun.Read More
At the moment, I do not have a plan of presentation about the new model of the portable machine (it is the plan at the present moment only). Playstation Vita continues production until 2019 in Japan, and shipment will be completed thereafter.
-Hiroyuki Oda, Senior Vice President and Senior Vice President of Sony Interactive Entertainment in an interview with Famitsu at TGS September 20, 2018.
RIP to the unloved.
Overpriced, heavy on tech, limited library of exclusives but lots of indie and retro games: You had everything going against you including your creators, but you trudged on for 6 long years.
Still one of my favorite platforms.
Here’s what you really need to know.Read More
The end of the world has come. Dan has joined the ranks of Monster Hunter World. Video games have lost all meaning.Read More
Jon did an exhaustive survey of all the indie hits at PAX West 2018. What were his highlights? Read on to find out.Read More
In what was supposed to be a 10-15 minute segment where we sum up our thoughts on a few games we fancied during PAX, we instead went into a discussion about almost EVERY game we saw, discuss con etiquite, what constitutes good service in a restaurant, and why Yummy Cafe was not as advertised.
Forgive the weirdness - Dan tags in half way though, there's tons of weird background noises and junk - we did what we could with the gear we had and the amount of energy we had left.
Oh, and after the 50 minute mark, you can just..... tune out or something. That's when things just go off the rails.
Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire is grand declaration that the traditional WRPG is still very much alive. With an amazing location, tremendous world building, and familiar embrace of Infinite Engine sensibilities, This is a wonderful, enthralling game that only verify the Obsidian brand.Read More