In celebration of Thanksgiving, Adeki decides to look at why everyone should be thankful for video games, whether they actually play them for enjoyment or not.
Warm yourself up with this week’s installment of Steam Greenlight! This week Bup shows us a crappy ball game, a crappy shooting game, and a crappy game based off a rock song. Wow!
Adeki tests out his musical chops and sings a sweet love ballad to musical numbers within video games seeing as it is near irresponsible to not include any. Can enough games hit the high note, or has the gaming industry fallen flat?
This week Bup shows off an amazing farming simulator game, an amazing survival horror game, and an amazing mouse-clicking game! Wow, I cannot wait! (Note: “Amazing” means “crappy” in this description.
Adeki decides to look back on key Nintendo Directs in observation of the first Nintendo Direct to be released since Satoru Iwata’s tragic passing, which will be released in just a couple hours after this editorial’s publication.
Bup tore himself away from Fallout 4 to write up about these crappy games. I hope you are all happy! Jerks!
Adeki takes the leap to explore the dangerous world of licensed games and does his best to find the diamonds in the dumpster. Are no games salvageable, or have some passed the ultimate test of time and earned their rightful spot at the throne?
This week Bup nurses his Halloween hangover by writing about three Steam Greenlight games: a crappy DayZ/Minecraft/Rust clone, a crappy phone hacker (?) game, and a crappy Five Nights at Freddy’s game!
Adeki discusses the Wii U’s Virtual Console, and tries to find out if there is a meaning to the madness. Are gamers secretly being benefitted by the dearth of NES games on their 3DS? Or is it because of reasoning our foolish brains can not fathom?
Brock is enchanted by this chilling holiday tale of villainy and oppression. Enter a post-apocalyptic world where vampires reign supreme and harvest blood from enslaved human children, whom they keep as livestock–until one rises up against them.