The gang is back an this week they talk about Destiny, Shenmue Undub, Life Is Strange, Minecraft, Rocket League, Last of Us, the new console from China, Nintendo release dates, Maxlander, Rainbow Six delayed and more!
Abyss Odyssey: Extended Dream Edition is the latest HD remaster developed by ACE team and published by ATLUS. The game was originally available via respective online marketplaces for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC in 2014 and this re-release is every bit as enthralling as the original. From a simply stunning art style, unique and challenging battle mechanics, and an original story this game has a lot to bring to the table.
This is the second part of Matthew's review of DestinyQuest Infinite. More fun, better missions and not to spoil to much, you can tell the story will be about....vampires!?!
Dragon Fantasy is an indie RPG recently released with cross-buy for 3DS and Wii U. While a lighthearted romp through a traditional fantasy world, the disjointed storyline and a few choppy mechanics crying for updates may make it wise for one to seek it out on a mobile platform rather than a traditional console.
Anna’s Quest is a point-and click adventure game by Daedalic Entertainment. In Anna’s Quest, Anna, the main character in the story, goes on a quest to find a cure for her grandfather’s illness. What makes this quest special is that Anna has led a very sheltered life with her grandfather and barely knows what creatures linger outside her home. Anna’s love for her grandfather drives her to leave the safety of her home and venture out to find the needed cure for him.
Poly Bridge by Dry Cactus is a bridge building simulation Early Access PC game available on Steam in which the player’s objective is to build a bridge stable enough to support multiple types of vehicles while staying under budget and suiting the needs for different factors, such as ships that may need to pass under the bridge.
Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal is a hardcore JRPG that isn't for the faint at heart. To find out if you have what it takes to rid the world of evil take a look at this review!
It is safe to say that Nintendo has scored big with the Amiibo's. Most are very hard to find, some are impossible. Flippers have really cashed in by taking advantage of the short supply and high demand, selling certain figures upwards of 10x their MSRP. Let's not forget about multi-child households having to buy multiples of each figure so each child can have their own figure. What if there was a way to not have to buy two of every figure, but also have all of them at your fingertips, their stats and data on one convenient device that works on your 3DS and Wii U? Enter the Amiiqo.