Todd is back from his vacation, and he’s got a brand-new Nintendo Switch to show for it. Plus, he racked up some thrilling drivetime on the classic F-Zero AX, a game he now wants to lobby Nintendo to add to the Switch lineup. Come on Nintendo, wouldn’t that be awesome?
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.
Not every game could be the worst or the best of the year. Quite a few fell into a grey area where they were good, but not quite the best of the bunch. This week Todd celebrates with some honorable mentions.
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.
The championship Unitas Gaming eSports team, made up of top players from all over Latin America, have entered into an agreement with SPYR to begin immediately streaming weekly Pocket Starship matches to fans.
Todd continues the Hardcore Awards this week with everyone’s favorite categories, the best and the absolute worst games that 2017 had to offer. You might be surprised at what made both lists.
It’s been a busy year of games, controversies, so Chella is looking over the gaming highlights of 2017 and some of the lowlights.
Gamers looking to get into eSports can try out one of the hottest games on the eSports circuit, H1Z1, for free through December 21st. Developer Daybreak Games announced the first ever free week, which will feature all content from the game, plus a huge discount for new players through Steam.
Hargosh was hard at work getting the special honors ready for the 2017 Hardcore Awards. Who will win dumbass of the year? What was the Holy Crap moment in gaming? These and other questions will all be answered as we start the show.
Chella looks at the new breed of positive games, which focus on social messages and ideas. Hair Nah is the latest game to hit a positive nerve online, but there are more.