Embittered feminists get Grand Theft Auto V pulled from Australian store shelves, Street Fighter V is set to be a PS4 exclusive, and Phil Spencer talks about the prospect of JRPGs on the Xbone.
We journey to the basement in search of holiday decorations to catch Java rapt by the soft glow of a tablet while stroking his beard in an alarmingly sensual way. Closer inspection reveals him to be plotting moves in a plethora of digital board games.
Mel discusses the review process as games start to get gargantuan in size and rope off content for release day. Do these things present a problem for the review process and do readers always get the full picture? Give it a review in the comments!
Ethos got his grubby little hands on a review copy of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker and is having a blast with the cute little title. Read more of his impressions within!
Steam Greenlight. It sucks. Most of its games are garbage. DEAL WITH IT!
It is all hands on deck when Lusipurr sounds the assembly klaxon. Imitanis makes an appearance for the Chirstmas holiday, whilst Ethos, SiliconNooB, Mel, and Java help Lusipurr restrain Bup using only three rolls of wrapping paper and a chocolate orange.
Ubisoft has begun grooming children to play Assassin’s Creed games, Ubisoft has cancelled the Unity season pass but refuses a refund, and Ubisoft is back up to their review trickery in the news of the week!
We join Java in examining Hyleia’s release of Super Smash Bros. Open and gaming on Texas Instrument calculators only to find him gibbering about sentimentality in a pool of schmaltzy vomit. Thankfully, he pinned a note to his sleeve.
For the most glutinous of holidays, Mel has assembled a veritable platter of thankfulness. Each course represents a part of how he came to love videogames. To enjoy the meal, just click the link and reminisce about the good old days of being Mel.
Ethos played a lot of Dragon Age: Inquisition over his staycation. Like, a lot a lot. He likes it well enough, but cannot shake the feeling that BioWare is still missing something after its tumble with EA. Read on.