Super Mario Bros. Wonder is the first traditional side-scrolling Super Mario title since 2012 and features the return of Nintendo-crafted 2D levels. It is also the fastest selling Super Mario game having sold 4.3 million units in its first two weeks for the Nintendo Switch.
Acquisitions Incorporated is one of the oldest Dungeons and Dragons actual plays, which are podcasts or web shows that feature people playing tabletop role-playing games for an audience. It has returned with a reboot of the series for a new season, and viewers can expect lots of familiar faces and fun.
This week Modern Gamer columnist Marie Brownhill investigates a romantic comedy mystery in the interactive Korean drama Love Too Easily. In Love Too Easily, players must help the main character solve her mystery by talking to characters, completing tasks in the form of minigames and gathering clues.
The release of a new Call of Duty title is always something to celebrate, and Modern Warfare III already has millions of dedicated players for the multiplayer, zombie and single player campaigns. First up, we review the multiplayer aspects of this thoroughly modern shooter.
If you are looking for a relaxing puzzle title set in a world populated by idyllic towns and businesses linked by the magical flow of steam engines and trains, then come aboard for a ride with Station to Station, a unique puzzle adventure that is entertaining and challenging.
This week Modern Gamer columnist Marie Brownhill examines Land of the Vikings, a Viking-themed survival colony sim title. Land of the Vikings challenges players to flourish in an untamed land, build a thriving settlement and to lead their Vikings to glory.
The world of the turn-based strategy battler Wargroove is back in an amazing sequel, Wargroove 2. The new title features the same kind of uniquely bright and cheery visuals set against a backdrop of deep strategy and worldwide warfare that made the original an instant classic.
Enrolling in the “Strixhaven: A Curriculum of Chaos” university is quite an endeavor in this supplement book for Dungeons and Dragons. Characters must maintain high grades while fighting monsters as part of the curriculum and adventure at this unique university.
Slaps and Beans 2 is a side-scrolling brawler adventure and sequel that features a humorous duo as they try and save a village and make their way back home. Slaps and Beans 2 features co-op or single player gameplay and has a greatly improved combat system.
Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 has players in New York City experiencing different stories as Peter Parker and Miles Morales. Players get to fight against a variety of villains, including Venom, Kraven the Hunter and Lizard.
The 10th Anniversary Edition of Call of Juarez: Gunslinger celebrates the first-person shooter title that pays homage to the bounty hunter Silas Greaves. Players get to experience the epic tales of Silas Greaves on the trail of notorious outlaws in the old Wild West.
You Will Die Here Tonight is a survival horror title inspired by the golden age of the genre, but it’s one with a pretty unique twist. Death is only the beginning of You Will Die Here Tonight’s story, and each of the player’s six characters are expected to die at some point to advance the plot.
This week Fresh Look columnist Neal Sayatovich looks at the remastered version of the classic RPG The Last Remnant from Square Enix. The title is about a young warrior trying to end a war in a fictional world where there are four specifies living in multiple city-states that are fighting over magical artifacts called remnants.
Anime Sunday is a column by Michael Blaker covering various anime titles. This week he covers his “Sacrificial Princess and the King of Beasts” Episode 01 Impressions.
Michael Blaker’s Bookish Wednesday: “Fates Parallel Volume 02”
Michael Blaker’s Synth Saturday: Chapters 20-25 of “Hard Enough-Pokemon SI” by Viva01
Michael Blaker’s Video Game Tuesday With Blockbuster Movie Tie-In Video Games
Michael Blaker’s Retro Game Friday With Front Mission 3
Our reporter Ron Kipling Williams loves to cover BlerdCon every year. He took some time to wander around the convention to talk with some of the interesting guests, speakers and artists that help to make the show so amazing.
Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney continues his marathon battling through the Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection with Mega Man Battle Network 4. The Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection is a must-have for dedicated Mega Man fans.
Save State Continues Through the Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection
Save State Collects Chips and Battles Viruses in Mega Man Battle Network
Save State Examines The Teal Mask DLC
Save State Gets Tactical This Week With Hot Brass and Total War: Rome II
The Game Over Podcast Crew wishes you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving!
The Trekker’s Delight crew celebrates two years of podcasting their Trek reviews, news and thoughts.
Trekker’s Delight Looks at Star Trek: Lower Decks “Old Friends, New Planets” Episode
Trekker’s Delight Looks at Star Trek: Lower Decks “The Inner Fight” Episode
Trekker’s Delight Looks at Star Trek: Lower Decks “Caves” Episode
Trekker’s Delight Looks at Star Trek: Lower Decks “A Few Badgeys More” Episode
As the professional Farming Simulator League prepares for Season Five, Farming Simulator 22 has upgraded its multiplayer component with new and free competitive modes for everyone to enjoy.
Roll20 is one of the best platforms available for playing role-playing games remotely with friends. But it could always be better, and that is just what COO Corey Rosemond is working on right now. We find out what’s up on the platform, and what is coming soon.
BurnBryte is the first roleplaying game made for the virtual tabletop world of Roll20. Just like how Amazon, Netflix and Apple TV went from streaming other peoples’ content to creating their own shows, this is Roll20s first original content. We chat with the show’s creators.
A Timely Repair For A Busted PlayStation
How the Game Industry can Support the Black Lives Matter Movements
Honest Conversations About Minority Representation in the Game Industry
Pandemic: Boom or Bust for the Game Industry?