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
The Final Fantasy 16 trailer came out last week and it was… interesting, to say the least. This is the first main entry into the series since the boy band days of Final Fantasy 15. With the little bit of information that we have to go on, it seems like we have some good, bad, and downright ugly things to consider when looking at the … Continue reading Final Fantasy 16’s New Trailer: The Good, Bad, the Ugly
Making the case for a WoW 2.0 I don’t know about you, but I’m hype for World of Warcraft: Shadowlands. Everything from the level squish to the story has me raring to go. In fact, I wrote a whole article about why I am in the engineer’s room on the hype train. Still, I can’t help but shake the feeling that the end of this … Continue reading Why World of Warcraft Needs to End After Shadowlands
The World of Warcraft: Shadowlands beta is here, and that means we are staring down the barrel of a new expansion. Now that Battle for Azeroth is waning (to put it nicely) and so much new information about the next expansion has emerged, I’m starting to feel very excited. While some people might not be so excited about this expansion, I am completely ready for … Continue reading Why I’m Recklessly Optimistic About World of Warcraft: Shadowlands (You Should Be Too)
Monster Finger Games has mashed up your favorite franchises into a horror parody platformer. Alien Scumbags packs an impressive amount of content into a shiny little package. It’s a 2D, 8-bit platformer with cheeky nods to classic action, horror, and sci fi franchises like DOOM, Duke Nukem, Halo (the main protagonist is Master Chef), Aliens, and tons of familiar faces. Features 10 areas of insanity … Continue reading Alien Scumbags brings 8 bits of carnage to Steam
Ladies and gentlemen, the Final Fantasy VII hype train is hitting top speed for me. Reports are coming out that there are places where the it has already become available. That’s over a week before the official release date. I don’t know if it’s this quarantine or the fact that the remake is coming so soon, but I am ready to play it. That got … Continue reading 7 Moments from Final Fantasy 7 I Need to See in the Remake
With the upcoming Breath of the Wild sequel at least another year away, (probably?) it’s as good a time as any to make our list of demands for Nintendo. Continue reading Breath of the Wild 2: These are our Demands
As of this writing, it’s not too late to pledge to Sea of Stars and help unlock all the stretch goals. The indie games market may be saturated with pixel-art games, and some of them are very well done. But they mostly exist in the realm of the “roguelike Metroidvania.” Which is a fine world, I suppose. But it doesn’t seem like that many indie … Continue reading "The Messenger" Devs crush Kickstarter with a new JRPG
Imagine the deranged lovechild Crazy Taxi and Snake. That’s Snakeybus for Nintendo Switch. Snakeybus has been on Steam for a while now, but indie game publisher Digerati is bringing it to the Nintendo Switch, PS4, and XBox. The goal of the game is to pick up as many passengers as possible in your bus. When your bus is full, you automagically grow another bus on … Continue reading Snakeybus crashes into Nintendo Switch April 2