The gang is back for their first show of 2018! In this episode the guys talk Switch sales, the Kinect, Gaming Disorders, what they have been playing, their top 10 games of 2017 and more!
The Deer God gets ported to the Nintendo Switch. With no extra frills, gamers who have seen this title on many different platforms before won't get anything new short of natural Switch portability. Gamers who have yet to try this title, however, are in for a treat, as the simplistic 3D pixelated style and smooth music lead to a relaxing, enthralling experience.
Telltale has done an excellent job of wrapping of this latest installment of the Walking Dead series. This is the series that started it all and these games continue to be great examples of storytelling and heart wrenching character interactions. Episodes 3-5 are just as good as the first two and do a great job of wrapping up the game.
In A Hat In Time players play as Hat Girl, a top hat wearing child captaining her own ship from world to world on her own. As the game starts, you encounter a bald mafia man knocking on the outside of your windshield and demanding you pay a toll for occupying his planet’s airspace. When you refuse, he smashes the window, sending you, along with 40 hourglasses that power your ship, falling towards the planet. To make it back home, she must venture down to the surface and collect all the time she lost.
Garage sale season has been done for a few months now. There are still a few things to find. Join Erik for The Gamers Lounge as he details his thrifting and social media finds for the last part of the year in 2017.
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 has expanded beyond the scope originally thought of by the developers. At the request of the fans, a new set of downloadable content has been released beyond the Season Pass plan. While a few vocal people are complaining that it's more cost beyond the full-cost game and Season Pass, the additional content warrants the cost of admission.
Ultimate Chicken Horse is a corny multiplayer party game where you control cute little animals as they play Chicken with death and pull an "I can do better" game of Horse trying to get from Point A to Point B. Single player exists but is sparse. While there is online play, the game truly shines in couch co-op, watching your friends squirm trying to get through your mutually created death trap.
If Smash Brothers and Street Fighter combined games the results may be something like this. Brawlout is a fast paced game inspired by Smash Bros. There is a unique depth to this game which makes it seem a lot like traditional fighting games such as Mortal Kombat or Street Fighter. Join The Gamers Lounge as we dive into this game with our fists flying trying to figure it out.