Life is Strange was released in 2015 and was met with fantastic response. Before the Storm is a prequel and stars the angsty teen Chloe Price. The characters and story should grab most gamers attention. The bigger question is will gamers enjoy this as much as the first game in the series?
Senran Kagura bounces along with another title, Peach Beach Splash. The developers really know how to make a fun game, but they do rely on buxom beauties and sexual situations to sell them. The engines are so solid they could swap out the hypersexualization and sell their games to an entirely different audience.
Taking the simplistic and inevitably addictive nature of card games and incorporating them into an RPG sounds like a great time to be had, giving the feeling of, "What if Yu-Gi-Oh! was an adventure game or something along the lines of the Pokemon Trading Card Game on Gameboy Color, but for the modern age on current-gen consoles", and while Trulon: The Shadow Engine does well to give a bite-sized RPG, its use of cards isn't so much a focal point as you'd expect, and comes with a lot of technical mishaps along the way.
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.
The gang is back and this week they talk PAX West, Gamestop Expo 2017, Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, Destiny 2, Uncharted: Lost Legacy, Knack 2, Sonic Mania and more!
Danganronpa is back, with V3 being an alleged chance for new players to get into the series, having bogged itself down in lore. A fresh start with fresh faces ripe for the killing game, but is there more than meets the eye?
Sine Mora EX was originally released on the Vita, 360, Windows and PS3 several years ago. The game was reviewed well and its success was followed up with ports on Android and iOS. Recently, Sine Mora EX was given a high def treatment and released on modern systems. Join The Gamers Lounge as we play this side scrolling shmup and realize everyone was right this game is fantastic.
Dennis Gagliardotto from The Gamers Lounge was lucky enough to set down and talk with Prideful Sloth about their game Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles were they talk influences, thoughts behind gameplay and much more.