His name was not his biggest problem. He was terrible at everything he tried. One would be hard pressed to find a man so hopeless, but Lusipurr did. Unfortunately.
Adeki is too gosh darn excited about April and decided to turn that excitement into 2/3rds of an editorial followed by a third game he knows very little about. Why will April be such a good year for video game players? Read on to find out!
Adeki laid awake at night for the past week, with no one aside from Shantae on his brain. Is the most recently-released title he reviewed a step up from previous Shantae games? Or are they stuck in a rut of average quality and increased visuals? Read on!
It turns out that tablets did not change the world, and gaming on a touch screen is still inferior to gaming with a controller. Also, the PC is not dead.
Adeki finishes up his series of editorials that started roughly two years ago (or at least it feels that way) all about video game consoles and their launches. Does Nintendo switch up the playing field in comparison to the PS4 Pro? Read on to find out!
Bup looks at all* of his Steam Greenlight Round-Ups and picks the two three best** games!
*More like the first ten. I wrote a hundred of these suckers!
Console emulation may just be mankind’s single greatest accomplishment, ever. In the history of the world. We explore some highlights of this monumental technology this week.
Adeki ventures decades into the past to examine the consoles released by Atari including the 2600, the 5200, and the 7800. Why did Atari never release the 10400? Read this editorial to find out more!
Have you ever wanted a perfect portable gaming experience? Have you ever dreamed of playing the best games on the best hardware, regardless of when you mom told you that you had to go to bed? I have. Been told to go to bed, that is.
Adeki embarks on an adventure full of Nintendo characters like Mario and Link as he watches Nintendo hit peaks and valleys with their previous consoles. Does the Switch have a chance of being as cool as the SNES? No, but still read this editorial.