This week our intrepid Save State gamer tries out two very different Shmups from two eras of gaming. First up is the classic Sigma Star Saga from the Gameboy days, followed by Black Skylands on Steam, which is still in early access but is already pretty fun to play.
Our intrepid Save State columnist plays two very different games this week. First he lets out his inner beast in a Pokemon Unite battle royale. Then he indulges his sensitive side with a little poetry reading with the girls from the Doki Doki Literature Club.
This week our intrepid Save State columnists enjoys two classic games. The first is a true classic, a decades old platformer named Braid. The second is a brand new game called Dark Deity that harkens back to a Fire Emblem type of game that no longer exists.
This week our intrepid Save State columnist goes deep into his Steam library to find some real diamonds in the rough. He battles brutal enemies in Metal Unit and goes back to the Gameboy glory days in the quirky but cool Evoland.
This week Vincent finds a diamond of a game in 13 Sentinels and deals with an alphabet soup of genres in the form of Frozenheim. But it’s all in good sci-fi and city-building fun.
This week Vincent takes a look at managing a town of olives in story of seasons and whips his hair back and forth violently while playing with Shantae and the Seven Sirens. Come enjoy some retro craziness this week on Save State.
This week’s save state takes a look at two different forms of narration in the form of The Stanley Parable and God Wars. Read about Vince’s experience with two very different styles of play and remind you how much The Stanley Parable judges you.
This week, Vincent takes on his JRPG arch nemesis in Arc Rise Fantasia while chowing down on delicious Elite Chef Brigade. It is a tantalizing tale of bad voice acting, al dente food puns, and surprisingly fun games that most gamers would never know about.
This week Vincent gets down with the funk in Elite Beat Agents and grooves to sound of bone crunching in Draglade
This week Vincent looks at a GameCube robot smashing game and an PlayStation rougelite and realizes that maybe, just maybe, it might be time to take a small break from the rougelites. It’s time for One Step From Eden and Custom Robo this week.