On this weeks show Shawn drops in to talk about PSVR, the gang also talks Nintendo Switch, Battlefield 1, Mafia 3, PS Pro, Red Dead Redemption 2 and more!
Mafia III follows on the heels of Mafia II’s success. Gamers have been anticipating Mafia III’s release for a while now. The Gamer’s Lounge has taken the time to play the game and is happy to report that despite its flaws the overall game has some appeal.
Superdimension Neptune Vs. Sega Hard Girls--A title that both confuses the living heck out of you and also helps you completely understand what it's about. It's definitely a niche title, as it's about the only title in memory to pit two warring factions of anthropomorphic video game consoles against each other. In this visual novel/RPG game, you find yourself fighting to save history in a way that lightheartedly pokes at some of the greatest (and darkest) moments in Sega history. Read in for Ryan's full review of this title.
Can a VR experience of a scientist who has gone rogue and a woman accused of killing her own mother keep you engaged enough to find out what's going to happen next? Find out in this review of The Assembly!
Maximum Games' is placing a big bet on their brand new multi-part series Loading Human: Chapter 1. Find out if it's worth your time in this review!
The successfully Kickstarted game Slain makes its console debut on the PlayStation 4. Find out if this 80s / 90s inspired gothic hack and slash is worth your time in this review.
Imagine someone took the simplicity and design philosophy of SUPERHOT and applied it to a platformer, and you'd get Clustertruck, the latest by Landfall Games. A platformer that finds you playing "the floor is lava" on the back of featureless trucks, where one bad bounce leads to a hilarious demise and making your way through the level is about as much luck as it is skill, Clustertruck is one of those few games like the aforementioned SUPERHOT or Nidhogg where adding anything more to it would be stupid. It only has to be what it is. And it's fun like that.
Is Double Fine's first Metroidvania style game worth your time? Find out in this review of Headlander!