The Gelatinous team destroyed their funding goal and has unlocked all stretch goals. The long-awaited Game Boy platformer is nearing completion. Pending the final 9 days of their Kickstarter campaign, the team is poised to implement newly-unlocked features and get Gelatinous out into the world so they can start on their next project. Learn more by signing up at the Gelatinous: Humanity Lost Kickstarter page. … Continue reading Gelatinous for Game Boy Crushes its Kickstarter Funding Goal in 75 Minutes
2021 is looking like the Year of the Game Boy The past year has seen the announcement and release of a TON of newly-released games for the old-but-still-sexy Game Boy. (We’ve covered a few of them right here.) This Game Boy Revival is probably just a phase (like Ska lmao), but it’s been nice to see such a timeless handheld console prominently in the spotlight. … Continue reading Gelatinous: Humanity Lost – Game Boy is getting yet another solid-looking game
Although the Game Boy was first released over 30 years ago, it continues to be a popular handheld console for retro gamers. Maybe it’s nostalgia kicking in or the fact that a small team can make a very enjoyable game, or a combination of both, but modern game creators are still producing physical copies of their recent creations. Retro Game Boy fans, collectors, and gamers … Continue reading New Indie Game Boy Titles You Need to Get Your Hands On
Every so often, a new video game comes out and tries to take on the biggest franchise on the block. We saw it with Fable and The Elder Scrolls along with Torchlight and Diablo. Splitgate, a self-proclaimed “Halo meets Portal” game, is the latest newcomer to challenge Halo. I’ll come right out and say it; this game reeks of plagiarism, but it also has says … Continue reading 5 Things Splitgate Does Better Than Halo
Diablo II: Resurrected is almost here, and many fans of the first game, myself included, are going to put aside our collective disappointment with Blizzard to come back and pour our “precious” lives away into this time sink. Think about that for a second. We are willing to buy and play a game (with a $40 price tag) that only received a new coat of … Continue reading The Five Types of People Crawling Back to Blizzard for Diablo 2: Resurrected
Valve’s latest foray into the unforgiving world of gaming hardware is their impressive Steam Deck. I’m sure you know all about it, but for the sake of the uninformed (and Google’s search algorithm), let’s talk briefly about what the Deck is, what it does, and why so many gamers are calling it a “Nintendo Switch Killer.” Nintendo has always dominated the handheld market. Ever since … Continue reading The Steam Deck is NOT a Threat to Nintendo
According to Blizzard, Diablo 4 is going to launch with three classes (Barbarian, Sorceress, and Druid) along with two others that have yet to be announced. What are the most likely choices given the history of the Diablo series? I was hoping the Diablo 4 quarterly update would give us some clues and answer the burning question, when is Diablo 4 coming out? Alas, we … Continue reading Diablo 4 Character Classes – Our Best Guesses
It is almost New Year’s Day, and that means it’s time to take stock of what is truly important by looking at the most exciting games coming out in 2021. We have some brand new consoles on the market and more people are liable to get their hands on them in the coming months (especially if that stimulus hits soon). As it stands, there are … Continue reading The Most Exciting Games Coming out in 2021
A new Mass Effect teaser trailer was released during the Game Awards 2020 ceremony. The teaser trailer itself was very nostalgic and primed the audience with memories of the past adventures from the series. Check it out for yourself: Oh yeah, that’s the stuff. Personally, seeing Liara clear off a piece of N7 Armor was even better than when Han and Chewie walked into the … Continue reading The Mass Effect 5 Teaser: Key Takeaways and Speculation
Fable. There is something magical when we think about this series. And no, I don’t just mean your Hero’s abilities. There was the alignment system which not only affected how you looked but your interactions with the characters within Albion. And let’s not forget the sheer silliness that infected anyone who played it with a good laugh. It was a game that few could hate … Continue reading Fable 4: Are They Making a Huge Mistake?
Don’t get me wrong; I’m not unexcited about Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. I’m just not $60 excited. Whenever Nintendo announces a new Legend of Zelda game, it’s a big deal. I mean, it’s a huuuuge deal! Nintendo’s treatment of the Zelda franchise differs wildly from that of Super Mario. While Mario only gets a major release a few times (at most) per console, he also gets … Continue reading Why should I be excited for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity?
Are fewer people streaming Fall Guys? Are you lacking some “sus” people in Among Us? There’s a reason for it. World of Warcraft is back, baby. Kinda. Sorta. But it’s enough to make people ask where their gamer friends have been and why they’re logging into a game that’s old enough to legally drive. Like many others, I went to log into my WoW character … Continue reading Here’s Why Your Friends Are Flocking Back to World of Warcraft This Week