This week the gangs at GameShop AND GameCo find out just how hard the press can impact their lives. Impact has a couple of meanings, of course.
This week the gang gets another email from the boss. You notice he never directly talks to them? Can you really blame him?
The Gang is at it again. They’ve completed the project and the boss is around. Dare they answer their email? You’ve Got Mail…as the harbinger of doom. DOOM!
This week the gang, up in arms about the deadline set by ‘the boss’, are finding depths in themselves. Depths, sadly, less about outrage and more about the joys of bribery! Woo!
The Gang finds out that working for a software firm isn’t all fun and games. There’s always that whimsical boss to deal with. Ain’t he a stinker?
This time in the GiN Sunday Comic, the boss finally makes his appearance. But why does he look so confused? Maybe because the gang is working?
Well, I know I’d work hard for her. It’s another fun day, sort of, at GameCo as Aster decides that productivity is the new watchword. See it in the GiN Sunday Funnies!
Waking up with a hangover is no excuse not to get some work done, at least if you follow the philosophy of GameCo’s newest overlord. Long live the queen!
The kids from GameCo are trying to find their old groove again. Perhaps January first isn’t the best time for it. Just a thought.
Not content to let all the 5 of 5 review scores for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword stand, Alia Reed lets us know why hardcore Zelda fans will probably be disappointed at this latest release.