The gang is all back and this week they talk Persona 5, Bayonetta, Breath of the Wild, The Crows Eye, Wonder Boy, Call of Duty WWII, Star Wars Battlefront II, StarCraft, the NES Classic Edition and more!
Puyo Puyo Tetris is a four-player puzzler mashup that launches April 25 for $39.99 on the Nintendo Switch. It combines the classic falling-block action of Tetris with the bean-matching gameplay of Puyo Puyo, which is similar to Kirby’s Avalanche. These games are mixed in a variety of ways, depending on the game mode you choose, but publisher Sega has found a way to do just about every possible combination.
Ryan steps out of his traditional gamer shell to review Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds, an otome game for the PlayStation Vita, wherein you play a young girl taken in by a troupe of samurai. Originally there to find your father, you soon find yourself romancing with your captors as a war rages on for control of the kingdom.
If you are like me, I honestly didn't know visual novels were a thing until I got a chance to play this game. To boil it down, it is an interactive story that is more complex than a simple Choose Your Own Adventure. It allows more branching plot lines, hidden scenes, and things like that. This is one of the big reasons video games are great, and I'm glad I had the good fortune to expand my gaming horizon.
FORTS! PATRIOTISM! REFERENCES! MORE FORTS! This game has them all! But seriously, this entry into the RTS Genre is both light and complex. EarthWork Games has done a solid job in this entry. It places you in control of building multiple forts across the world. Why are you building forts across the world? Well, I suggest watching their trailer, and then reading this review!
The Deer God is a pixelated 2D platformer that questions life and death. Join Erik from The Gamers Lounge as he reviews The Deer God and tries to understand where it begins and ends, just like life and death.
Welcome to another installment of Garage Sale Adventures. Join Erik from The Gamers Lounge on his chronicled adventure as he hits up garage sales and thrift stores in his local area and sees what he can find in the way of video games and other interesting items.
Suda 51's very first game is back with HD graphics! Find out if The Silver Case remastered is worth your time in this review!