It is time to celebrate, The Gamer’s Lounge Podcast has been around for over two years. The crew of the podcast has been around since 2012 and has recorded on other podcasts together. Join us in celebrating a milestone. We have made it to episode 100. This is very important to us and we couldn’t have done it without the community.
Trillion: God of Destruction is a strategy / tactical JRPG that introduces a whole new style of gameplay. Find out if it’s worth your time in this review!
99Gamers is officially dead. People are no longer able to list games and as of yesterday (May 24th) the site is offline. Join one member of The Gamers Lounge as he reflects back on the site and asks what went wrong? Was this another Goozex? Why was 99Gamers so popular in the beginning?
Postal is a name that brings back memories of gore soaked FPS games from the 1990s. Postal Redux is an interesting take on the series. Join Erik from The Gamers Lounge as he reviews this game and asks, does this live up to the Postal legacy?
Okay, so for the past few years, there's been a franchise known as Hyperdimension Neptunia. The general conceit is that the games industry is anthropomorphized as a land called Gamindustri, ruled over by warring goddesses who have "console wars" to determine supremacy and games companies are depicted as anthropomorphized anime characters.
Inexplicably, this has grown into a massive franchise of games, one of which is Hyperdevotion Noire, an alternate universe game where the anime goddess representing the Sony systems has taken over everything.
It's also not very good.
Stories: The Path of Destinies is a recent release on PC and PS4. Within, you play as a swashbuckling sky pirate fox out to overthrow an evil emperor. Not all decisions lead to a happy ending, though, and you find yourself Groundhog Day-ing through your adventure, learning from your mistakes to come out as a true hero. Ryan Johnson at The Gamer's Lounge sits down with the game and gives you the full scoop.
Welcome to another installment of Garage Sale Adventures. Join Erik from The Gamers Lounge on his chronicled adventure as he hits up garage sales in his local area and sees what he can find in the way of video games.
The announcement of Disney canceling Disney Infinity so many gamers were disappointed. The last few years have been good for the so call life to toys games. Skylanders, Lego Dimensions, Disney Infinity, Nintendo’s Amiibos have all filled this niche. The bigger question reminds is this the slow decline of the popularity across the genre?