John and D-Pad Danny are back with a new episode. On this episode they talk Atari Box, SNES Classic and the state of the retro gaming market and classic game collecting.
Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles has you playing as an explorer who gets shipwrecked along with their crew on the land of Gemea, an unfamiliar and uncharted territory for everyone who ends up there. After waking up, your crew is nowhere to be found, and as you escape the cavern you find yourself in, the player is then greeted to a beautiful, vibrant world in which there are towns, villages, a ton of wildlife, mystical creatures known as sprites that help you along your journey, and much more.
Death Squared has a pretty straight-forward concept. You control between two and four colored cubes and have to guide each of them to their goal marker without letting any of them die. Cubes can trigger buttons that match their color, which can open paths and make changes to the level layout, and/or trigger additional hazards that may affect the path of to the other cube’s goals.
Shmups have been around since the early days of gaming. They take a special gamer with unique set of skills. Ghost Blade is going to need these skills, join The Gamers Lounge as we play Ghost Blade HD and ask the question is it worth a purchase?
Join the guys this week as they talk Overwatch League, new Atari console, Kingdom Hearts 3, Gran Turismo Sport, Ni no Kuni 2, games we have been playing and more!
Ancient Amuletor combines a first-person shooter with tower defense to bring a very under-explored genre to PlayStation VR. However, in most tower defense games, players build and upgrade their towers and defenses to protect their towers from waves of intruding enemies. In Ancient Amuletor, the only goal for the player is to protect their tower, which in this game are big blue crystals spread out through the map.
Brought to gamers everywhere from the creators of Resogun, Nex Machina means death machine. Nex Machina was created in collaboration with the Robotron and Smash TV creator, Eugene Jarvis. This game is billed as an arcade experience with competition in mind. Join The Gamers Lounge as we play Nex Machina and experience what a true twin sticker shooter can be in the modern era
Valkyria Revolution brings back the beloved series in a brand new direction from its Valkyria Chronicles predecessors and takes everything we've known mechanically about the series' past and turns it on its head. While hardcore fans of Valkyria Chronicles may be disappointed by this new direction, Revolution does well to stand out and become its own thing. This is a brand new look for the series and introduces some welcoming new elements that freshens it up, but there are also lots about it that feel either backwards or much to be desired.