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Day 0 Update #141 – Cursed By Final Fantasy XV

Day 0 Update #141 – Cursed By Final Fantasy XV

On this week’s episode of the Day 0 Update: One of Ubisoft’s most charismatic people jumps to ArenaNet. The Switch appears to be getting third-party support. Plus we get release dates for some hotly antcipated games. That and more, coming up next!

“Valkyria Revolution” Review

“Valkyria Revolution” Review

There are times when one comes across a game that has been hyped to death and then reveals itself to be disappointingly mediocre. There are times when a game comes from a respected franchise with a reputation behind it, only to be a shadow of its better installments. There are even times when a game […]

Day 0 Update #140 – A Different Kind Of Bastardness

Day 0 Update #140 – A Different Kind Of Bastardness

On this episode of the Day 0 Update: Netflix’s Castlevania series is really good. A cool custom combo console by Edsjunk. Plus Abigail may be coming to murder you in Street Fighter V. Finally we end with a look at this console generation so far, and discuss where things may go in the future.

Let’s Weekend #81 – Warden’s A D!ck

Let’s Weekend #81 – Warden’s A D!ck

On this week’s episode of Let’s Weekend: Brandon shares a Georgian foodstuff that makes everyone’s mouth water. Oscar Mayer gets into the drone delivery game. Milo’s book release party gets cancelled. Plus much more!

Day 0 Update #138 – The Rooster Agrees!

Day 0 Update #138 – The Rooster Agrees!

On this episode of the Day 0 Update: The mute button makes its presence known. Tales from the E3 show floor with our Managing Editor Danreb Victorio. Plus a Rooster chimes in on the news of the week!

Let’s Weekend #80 – Post-E3 Decompression

Let’s Weekend #80 – Post-E3 Decompression

On this episode of Let’s Weekend: Japan thinks going all Minority Report is a good idea. A hidden trove of Nazi articles was found in Argentina. And… Michael Phelps will race a shark. That and more, is up next.

“RiME” Review

“RiME” Review

RiME made quite the journey in order to finally get released, and unfortunately it feels like something we would’ve enjoyed a whole lot more had it come out a few years ago.

“NBA Playgrounds” Review

“NBA Playgrounds” Review

Arcade basketball is a missing gem in the world of gaming today. NBA Jam and NBA Street have both laid the foundation and have both been missing from the scene for much longer than the world would like. Does NBA Playgrounds bring back the excitement of 2-on-2 arcade basketball?

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