Re-releasing a game from 2008 on the Nintendo Switch may not seem like a recipe for success, but it actually is if that game is De Blob, one of the coolest 3D puzzle platformers around. Now paired with the friendly Switch interface, gamers will be painting the town red, blue, green and everything else all over again.
This week Billy was a bit of a flake on the Time Waster, but he promises that he was still doing some that involves gaming this week. It’s D&D!
Lust for Darkness lives up to its namesake, blending intense sexual themes with Lovecraftian horror. It pulls no punches, but while at times can be jarring and certainly uncomfortable, the game never feels unreasonably gratuitous or insulting to the player.
The final book in the Steeplejack Trilogy, Guardian, gives readers an incredible ending that not only tells a great story, but makes a great bit of social commentary about the world today. Our reviewer loved this one more than just about any other book series.
Rainbow Skies is an adventure game that combines tactical turn-based fighting, deep dungeon loot diving, a little bit of Pokémon, and some light role-playing into a fun little adventure whose only flaw may be trying to do too much.
This week’s Time Waster is a game called Trial And Terror that Billy promises will challenge players that are looking for some fun puzzles to solve in their spare time.
On the surface Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom seems like a whimsical fairytale, full of anthropomorphic animals, genial sky pirates and a young king coming of age. But just below that surface is a much deeper game and story that is not to be missed.
Following on the heels of The Battle Begins, we find our hero, sick in real life but a master in the Bushido Online game, leveled up and fighting as only a samurai Ronin can. For anyone who ever wanted to get lost in a game, this tale will tantalize.
Looking great on the Nintendo Switch, Castle Heart is a unique little platformer about a brave but tragic knight who is slowly turning to stone. Developer 7Levels has done a masterful job on this one, which may capture your own heart as you play.
This week’s Time Waster is a browser puzzle game called FL!IP that mixes up the genre with some intersting mechanics and ideas.
Man the cannons and hoist the mainsail, as one of the best RPGs of yesteryear comes sailing back with a nautical and pirate-themed sequel. Pillars of Eternity: Deadfire is more fun than a barrel of grog, and should become an instant classic.
Barely three weeks after catching her biology teacher and mother’s killer, Erin and her friends are back at work, and up to their elbows in forensics projects. But this time it’s with the full approval of the appreciative authorities.
With the deep summer upon us, and half the year gone, it’s time for Todd to rank the three best, and one worst, games that 2018 has offered players so far. Taken as a whole, the year has been pretty good, though there are always exceptions. Find out if Todd’s picks matches your own thoughts on games this year.
Michael’s back with a film that’s just a bit over 21 years old for this week’s Movie Monday. It’s Men in Black!
The Witcher 4 may never be a thing since Geralt’s story is done, but it looks like CD Project Red is still up for making more games in that world.
Forgoing the glitz and flash of some of the other console companies and game makers, Nintendo instead opted to put together a video showcasing all their pending games. The packed presentation includes DAEMON X MACHINA, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Torna, Pokéball Plus, Super Mario Party, Fire Emblem Three Houses, Fortnite, Overcooked 2, Super Smash Bros and much more.
It’s hot in the UK, so Chella is looking for games to keep her cool and relaxed. No enemies, no stress, just beautiful, relaxing games for some chilled summer vibes.
Hereditary and The Witch are the horror hits of summer 2018. Drew and Chella discuss both films, which share stories of family dysfunction and psychological horror, but tackle them in different ways.
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In a tournament that featured more than 150 teams from North America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific Region competing through three days, Rise Nation defeated Red Reserve in a close battle in the Championship match on Sunday to capture its third title of the season for the Call of Duty World League.
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Dr. Edward Metz leads education technology programs at the U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences. In addition to promoting educational and learning games, he is always on the lookout for worthy programs in need of government funding.
Daniel Greenberg grew up playing Dungeons and Dragons and creating fantastic worlds. Then after college he worked on some of the most iconic RPGs and videogames ever made. Today, his games help those struggling with health problems and other serious issues.
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