Games like Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp use friendship as a reward system, which undermines the real value friendships. But can we find a way, or does any game already do it, to make friendships and relationships more like they are in real life?
Drew and Chella discuss their most wanted games of 2018 on this week’s episode of Argue the Toss. Red Dead Redemption, Death Stranding and that goose game all feature.
Nintendo’s mobile port Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a fun and engaging, if stripped back version of the console game. Chella delivers her top tips for managing a successful campsite.
Drew and Chella review Bright, the urban fantasy buddy cop movie from Netflix. Dubbed the worst film of 2017 by some critics, the Argue the Toss team deliver their verdict.
With 2017 wrapped up, we wanted to take a few moments to dream about some of the titles that have been promised to gamers in 2018. Surely not all of them will live up to their hype, but if at least some do, it will be a great year filled with unbelievable gaming goodness.
Drew and Chella review Star Wars: The Last Jedi and wrap up season 3 of Argue the Toss. From one trilogy to another, it’s another action packed episode dealing with the things that really matter in Star Wars.
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice uses stunning audio visual elements to represent Senua’s psychosis, as players follow her into Hel, but the experience could be a little thin for some.
It’s been a busy year of games, controversies, so Chella is looking over the gaming highlights of 2017 and some of the lowlights.
Gorogoa is a beautiful, hand-drawn puzzle game that is like stepping into the pages of a picture book and then stepping into the pages of another picture. It’s a gorgeous Celtic knot of a game that delivers on the promises it made when it was revealed six years ago.
Dust off your tux or gown for the Tossers 2017, as Drew and Chella decide the winners of their Games of the Year categories for 2017. These are the games with the best art, best writing, music and more.