Greed is Good with Unique RPG GreedFall

The GreedFall RPG presents an interesting colonial-like setting where factions that master magic, firearms, science or ritual powers are all struggling for control of an island that is critical to their survival. It’s up to your character to decide who is right while shaping this fascinating world’s destiny.

 
 
Repressed_Feature Repressed is an Enlightening Game

Repressed is an intriguing puzzle game where you play an actual shadow that represents your psyche in the landscape your mind creates during a hypnosis session. And the puzzles are just as mind bending as the plot.

Candleman Burns Bright on Switch

This week’s Time Waster is Nintendo Switch game called Candleman that puts players in the role of a lonely candle searching for a faraway light. Come by and see if this indie title is able to shine bright alongside other console games.

 
 
Revving up the Franchise with NASCAR Heat 4

We have been watching 704 Games develop their NASCAR title and improve it over the years. With NASCAR Heat 4, they have practically achieved racing perfection. Fans of NASCAR or just racing games in general need to take NASCAR Heat 4 out on the track for a very fast spin.

Succulent Scariness With HP Lovecraft Necronomicon Cookbook

Just in time for a Halloween dinner or party, The Necronomnomnom Recipes and Rites from the Lore of H. P. Lovecraft cookbook brings us some ingeniously scary looking foods that are sure to spellbind every guest’s palate.

 
 
Turn Based RPG Awesomeness with Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark

Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark is an excellent turn-based RPG in the vein of Final Fantasy Tactics, Vandal Hearts, Tactics Ogre and others. It strives to add a few new twists to the genre without taking the game out of the realm that turn-based RPGers so love. It’s fun and challenging.

Track Mayhem Offers Time Killing Space Racing

Billy has been wasting time this week with a space racing game called Track Mayhem that is available on iOS and Android devices.

 
 
Another Perfect Hit Title For Mario

There is something amazing about a game that lets players add to the innovation and fun, and Super Mario Maker 2 does that and then some. In addition to a solid core game, the player created levels are practically professional, and unlimited in number. It’s another winning title for our favorite plumber.

Getting Down to the Essentials of D&D Adventure

If you are just getting into playing Dungeons and Dragons, or want to help someone along who is, the new Dungeons & Dragons Essentials Kit has everything they need to play the world’s greatest roleplaying game including dice, basic rules, a starter adventure module and even a DM screen.

 
 
A Real Cult Thriller with Church in the Darkness

The stealth thriller Church in the Darkness takes place in 1977. Your nephew Alex has joined a religious cult and moved with them to the South American jungle. It’s up to you to sneak into the commune to try and get him back.

Tap Cats: Epic Card Battle Is Greedy

Billy’s time wasting this week is on a digital collectible card game called Tap Cats: Epic Card Battle that looks good at first.

 
 
Rolling Along with the Hauntingly Beautiful FAR: Lone Sails

The deceptively simple FAR: Lone Sails game will have you lumbering across a beautiful but dead world in your behemoth of a vehicle, just trying to make it to the end of the road, wherever that may be for your little, lonely main character.

Still Angry About Timed Exclusives

Todd is angry about all the new timed exclusives coming out these days, where a game stays on one platform for up to a year before moving to others. His latest target: Call of Duty exclusives only going to one console.

Burnham's ta'al Short Trekking Across Discovery

This week, we’re taking a break from the TNG Rewatch to cover some of the big news from NYCC and the two new Short Treks. We’ve got Spock. We’ve got Number One. We’ve got Tribbles, and we’ve got H. Jon Benjamin in his underoos. It’s a mixed bag on CBS All Access, folks, so hold on to your communicators.

Hong Kong and Blizzard

Blizzard is catching a lot of flak this week after a controversial move surrounding the events taking place on Hong Kong.

Official Cyberpunk 2077 Photo Contest Begins

The theme of the contest is capturing Cyberpunk 2077’s dark future vibes in the real world using the art of photography. Anyone wishing to join can do so starting today by submitting an eligible entry via the contest’s official website.

John Wick Hex and the Art of Voice Acting

John Wick Hex may or may not be a triumph of game mechanics, but it’s certainly a triumph of acting. This week Drew discusses the differences between screen acting and videogame voice-over, and shows us how it can all go wrong.

untitled goose game Untitled Goose Game delivers more than just cuteness

Untitled Goose Game sends a disgruntled goose with a mission into a village to wreak havoc. Your mission is to ruin each villager’s day in a range of inventive ways. Drew and Chella discuss the goose game that’s more Hitman than Animal Crossing.

Why Fire Emblem: Three Houses is so Different and so Good

Fire Emblem: Three Houses is the sixteenth game in the popular tactical RPG franchise, so it was a surprise to many that so much has changed. We dive into the changes the developers made, and why this is one of the best RPGs of all time for Nintendo.

 
He’s Got The Whole Virtual World In His Hands

Adam Berenzweig of CTRL-labs has been working for most of his life on helping humans and machines communicate with one another. His latest project is a revolutionary interface which will add much more of our bodies into virtual realities.

 
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