Created by the acclaimed team behind the Danganronpa series, Death Come True is an interactive movie and a thrill ride about a man who wakes up with no memory, and a whole lot of problems.
This week Vincent dives deep into the distant video game past to relive a treasured childhood memory. We are talking about Lost Kingdoms on the Nintendo Gamecube, an RPG that was both ahead and behind its time.
This week our intrepid Save State columnist goes deep down the RPG rabbit hole by diving into the entire Danganronpa series. The new Danganronpa Decadence Nintendo Switch pack contains all four games from the series, so we hope you have lot of time.
This week our Save State Columnist battles water main breaks, power failures and rogue city tree cutters to try and get some gaming in. It was almost as difficult as an Elden Ring boss, but he finally got to play Steel Assault and Rune Factory 5.
This week Neal takes over for Vince since it is hard to write when you don’t have power. Neal takes a look at two games from the mid-2000’s in Star Wars: Republic Commando and Enchanted Arms.
This week our intrepid Save State columnist goes on an quest to explore the numerous floors of a monster-filled mansion. It’s all part of the indie adventure called Dead Estate.
It’s a tale as old as time itself. Boy buys a game on whim during a super Steam sale. Boy falls in love. And this week, that love story is all about Astalon: Tears of the Earth.
This week, Save State columnist Vincent Mahoney spent all of his time playing Pokémon Legends Arceus. And while a full review is in the works, he has some initial thoughts that he needs to share with the Pokemon community of fans.
CrossCode has a long history of awards that is especially impressive for an indie title. But that did not keep it from sitting on Vince’s backlist, until now. And he’s really glad he finally unwrapped this grand gift to gamers.
The first Save State of the new year is a bit of a dichotomy as Vincent takes advantage of the many end of year game sales. At first, things are dark and gloomy with Ender Lilies, and then they go white hot in Burnout Paradise.