Kyoto Colorful Days is an amazing anime-themed game where all the characters speak with the Kyoto dialect. It even teaches players both the Kyoto and Tokyo dialects. It’s a great way of learing about new culture while also experiencing a really good story.
This week we take a look at Plantera, a beautiful piece of art that might also qualify as a video game, though we think that for Plantera, it may take the Casual genre a bit too far, removing the player form the equation all together.
The plot threads left dangling from the first Dragonvein novel come to fruition in a big way in Dragonvein Volume 02. Fans of fantasy novels should definitely check out this series, especially now that it’s available as an audiobook.
Blood and Wine is packed with the final quests for the beloved Witcher 3: Wild Hunt series. And boy, does the series go out on a high note with a beautiful new world, never-before seen features and more high-level content than you can slay with a silver sword.
This week our Time Waster discovered a browser game titled Cloud Wars Sunny Day 2, but is it really worth your time to check out?
We Are the Dwarves is a unique real-time strategy game where your Dwarven astronauts must explore and use tactics to conquer a previously unknown planet that is teeming with creatures and sci-fi dangers of all kinds.
This week we go monster hunting with MEG: Nightstalkers by Steve Alten, a horror novel that might leave you afraid to head into the water after reading. It’s prehistoric horror this week for our literary review.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with one small step. Overfall follows Lao Tzu in this thinking, except in a boat, during this turn-based RPG that neither entirely over-delivers nor underperforms. Oh, did we mention the really cool big heads?
This week Billy is caught up in a short, but moving game called Orikami that tackles some tough subject matter in a great way. Find out how this little game can have a big impact on players in our weekly TimeWaster column.
Ascent – The Space Game is an indie MMO where players can explore over 270 billion star systems. So players can literally both boldly go where no one has gone before, and also play constantly for years without ever learning even half of the universe’s many secrets.