Cuddle up with your loved ones next to a fire and read this week’s Steam Greenlight Round-Up. This week Bup shows us a crappy vehicle destruction game, a crappy rhythm game, and a crappy anime game!
Whilst Merlin and Arthur discuss justice on the battlements, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB discuss underboob in the basement. South Africa rebounds in the Cricket, anime Star Trains are compared, and Final Fantasy XV gains the mechanics of Animal Crossing.
Street Fighter V and Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 get some robust new additions, Fire Emblem Fates has been censored by Nintendo, more details emerge about Final Fantasy XV, and Sekko Boys proves to be a surprise treat in the news of the week!
Adeki braves the daunting dungeons of reading and finds video games based on novels that even the most out of the loop skater bro can enjoy. Warning: those who are allergic to reading are discouraged from clicking because this editorial contains words.
Bup once again brings us three horrible Steam Greenlight games! This week we get to enjoy a crappy starfish platformer, a crappy domestic abuse simulator, and a crappy zombie shooting game!
Dire portents reappear in the form of a crow with a stolen arrow in its beak, and strange happenings abound: Anime news dominates, England beat South Africa in South Africa, amiibos are weaponised against gamers, and Sony tries to copyright Let’s Plays.
Nintendo lock substantial game content to sell Amiibo, Sony attempts to trademark Let’s Plays, Square Enix turns Hitman episodic, and the jankiness of 3D anime is explained in the news of the week!
Adeki descends into madness as he complains about the exclusivity of Amiibo in the United States and goes off on a slight tangent about the most recent entry in the “Animal Crossing” franchise because it is literally madness.
Nothing every changes in Bup’s life, so here is another article about garbage Steam Greenlight games. This week we get to learn about a crappy fapping game, a crappy meme-themed card game, and a crappy mouse adventure game!
A sword, an anvil, and a stone feature prominently, as do board games, Cricket, virtual reality, and Star Trek, when SiliconNooB and Lusipurr put their feet up on the velvet ottoman of industry, and set about discussing the first developments of 2016.