Mel examines his own gaming habits this week, both the good ones and the not so good ones. What tendencies does he have while playing some of his favorite RPGs and which ones has he managed to move on from? Click on through!
The GemCraft series of games have been floating around flash portals since 2008. What started as a game that fused tower defence with RPG mechanics became a highly replayable series. Does this latest iteration live up to the standards of its predecessor?
Getting good reviews for a new game is more important than ever for developers & publishers alike. Despite this added pressure, the review system for many websites is broken. This week Gyme looks at what is broken & how to potentially fix the system.
Lusipurr is distraught when he reads on the internet that there is no such thing as the Easter Bunny, but SiliconNooB is on hand to reassure him to the contrary, doling out both intoxicating libations and saccharine fairy-tales with generous abandon.
Microsoft attempts to talk up their poor Xbone numbers, rumour control is deployed in defense of the Wii U, and Titanfall has precious little effect on the Xbone’s fortunes in the news of the week!
NIS has a long history of producing games from the villains perspective with their Disgaea franchise, but they take it to a whole new level with the titular witch of this PlayStation 3 game. Will the foul-mouthed woman turn players off? Find out inside!
Mel spares little this week in his look back at the hotly anticipated Dark Souls 2. Though he only wanted the best for the game, and though he did have fun with the title while it lasted, he cannot shake the feelings of disappointment.
Ethos got a wonderful opportunity to take a full week off from work and he found himself playing a lot of video games and even a lot of Nintendo 64. He goes into full boring detail within!
Bup chronicles his first Dungeons & Dragons campaign! Come read the adventures of “Pweef,” the High Elf Paladin and her band of merry… men? I guess merry band of a Human, Half-Orc, and a Warforge.
After the power returns, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB, fed up with the continuous, appalling appreciation of Kurt Cobains, set about educating listeners on the meaningless and juvenile message which lies behind the dirty and unkempt superficiality of Nirvana.