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“Firewatch” Review

“Firewatch” Review

The “choose your own adventure” model of in-game storytelling has been a popular one as of late, especially with the recent of success of games like Telltale’s The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, and Dontnod’s Life is Strange. Though it’s not the episodic burns the aforementioned titles are, Campo Santo’s Firewatch takes this same model and twists […]

Day 0 Update #60 – Time Keeps on Slipping

Day 0 Update #60 – Time Keeps on Slipping

It’s a bit of a slow week, but Filippo, Patrick, and Brandon do still have some stuff to discuss. Street Fighter II is 25 years old. DOOM is coming in May. Plus Bethesda is doing their own E3 event again this year.

Let’s Weekend #15 – Some Fine Anime

Let’s Weekend #15 – Some Fine Anime

On this week’s episode of Let’s Weekend Filippo, Patrick, Danreb, Chris, and Theresa fill in for an absent Brandon. The Fine Brothers make a mess of things. What sorts of games need to make a comeback? Plus favorite anime of the past.

Day 0 Update #59 – Fight!

Day 0 Update #59 – Fight!

This week, Fil, Brandon, Patrick, Chris, and Leigh are all on board. How Square-Enix is like being in an abusive relationship. King of Fighters XIV and Street Fighter V news. Plus the Evo 2016 lineup has been revealed, and we have thoughts. That and more is next.

Let’s Weekend #14 – Music & Rapiers

Let’s Weekend #14 – Music & Rapiers

On this week’s show, Brandon, Fil, and Chris share their thoughts on music you must have with you on a desert island. Brandon tells us about a fabulous French Swordswoman. Plus, Nintendo’s marketing onslought in the 80’s and 90’s. If you think Amiibos are bad, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

“Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam” Review

“Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam” Review

Nintendo is in quite the envious position when it comes to Mario games.  There’s the flagship games like New Super Mario Bros. U, party games like Mario Party and Mario Kart, and then of course there’s the two RPG brands they have in Mario & Luigi and Paper Mario. With Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam, Nintendo […]

“AIPD” Review

“AIPD” Review

Twin-stick shooters have risen in popularity on consoles over the years thanks in part to simplicity and the ability to create a dynamic and exciting game using only the most basic of controls. Geometry Wars helped pioneer the genre and will continue to be the pedestal to what all future shooters measure themselves up to […]

“The Deadly Tower of Monsters” Review

“The Deadly Tower of Monsters” Review

Weird science! Monsters! A TOWER! Crappy acting! It’s everything you loved to find so terribly wonderful of B-class sci-fi movies all wrapped up in a neat little package: The Deadly Tower of Monsters. From Atlus USA and developer ACE Team, can the gimmick carry the game, or will it fall victim to its subject matter’s […]

Day 0 Update #58 – Tom Happ

Day 0 Update #58 – Tom Happ

This is a very special edition of the Day 0 Update podcast. We’ve got a full cast, including Filippo, Brandon, Patrick, Chris, Danreb, and Leigh. The most we’ve ever had on the show. Plus we’re joined by Tom Happ, the developer of our 2015 Game of the Year. You’re not going to want to miss […]

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