With Metroid Dread finally hitting the ground, Vincent goes deep into the back catalog of games to see how the series has evolved over the years, and makes some predictions about what we will find when we dive into the amazing world of Dread.
With Metroid Dread right on the horizon, our jittery Save State columnist dives into another revered title in that series, Metroid II: Return of Samus. Lets see how he does with this really old-school shooter.
Our Save State supreme columnist admits that he is pretty much rubbish at fighting games, but that has not curtailed his love for pugilistic pummeling. This week he takes a swing at Guilty Gear Strive. Will it be a knockout?
One of the most unique adventure games to come out in a long time, Road 96 puts players on a sometimes bizarre journey where you try to escape a totalitarian regime by hitchhiking to the border with a rotating cast of strange characters.
This week our Save State Columnist gets pulled into quite a trial, or actually a series of them with The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles. He gets so into it that he needs to take a break by heading into space with the classic Nintendo DS Game Meteos. It’s been a strange time, but the games are great!
Hoshi wo Miru Hito is a piece of video game history, and a reminder that not all history can be ideal. Is this the worst game ever made? Maybe not, but it earns its way into the top ten, so join us for a very punishing Save State.
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.