This week Billy is checking out a promotional game for pop group Team Shachi called Rockman 20XX that features Mega Man as an old…man? Robot?
With smooth controls, slick artwork, unique gameplay mechanics and an engaging story, Robbie Swifthand and the Orb of Mysteries could be one of the best 2D platformers that we have played in quite some time.
The time wasting from Billy this week is still on PC and it looks like he’s going to be ducking and dodging though obstacles in Marble Trap.
Zombie Driver: Immortal Edition is a Nintendo Switch port of the classic vehicular zombie slaughter title of the same name released for the PC back in 2009. The game has aged fairly well, but never had too much depth in the first place.
Billy is wasting his time this week on PC and is checking out an indie game called Duane Crashers that is begging for an expanded version.
This week’s Time Waster has Billy returning to the mobile grind, but this time it’s with Timing Hero, a game he doesn’t mind grinding in.
Billy is trying to scratch that F-Zero itch Nintendo has left him with this week and it has him checking out Air Flip Drive.
This week the Time Waster is all about an action-arcade game called CRUSH that does its best job at emulating the cult classic Smash TV.
This week Billy almost forgot about the Time Waster due to him moving, but he still had enough time to check out the Great Sword demo.
Free to play and easy to learn, Dauntless is a bit like Monster Hunter World, but for everyone of any skill level. For a more casual monster hunting game, it has surprising depth, beautiful graphics and crossplay between PC and console players. Hunt this one down today!