This week Brock’s experience is not for children. This shocking episode is full of unsavory scenes not suitable for all viewers. Proceed with great caution and then blame Lusipurr for any offensive material. Enjoy the story about a boy and his housemates.
Mel examines that oft overlooked tool: the camera. In every game, especially since the move to three dimensions, the camera must be carefully considered by the developer to fit the game. Mel looks at which technique works for which game-type and why.
This week Bup brings you three more AMAZING Steam Greenlight games: a crappy airplane game, a crappy golf game, and a crappy puzzle game! Proving once again that Steam Greenlight IS crap!
On the eve of the one-year anniversary of the GamerGate hashtag, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB finally and comprehensively examine the movement during the bomb-threat-truncated SPJ Airplay debate hosted by the Society of Professional Journalists in Miami.
Another Kickstarter project fails to deliver, Ex-Bioware Kickstarter falls on its arse, Tale of Tales may have exaggerated their quitting [launching a new Kickstarter], and My Wife is the Student Council President is wholly unrelated to Kickstarter.
Brock delves into the ancient ways of magics that thwart the evil tentacles that threaten to envelop the planet in their slimy clutches. Join him as he recounts the tail purely by his interpretation of this anime watched in the original form.
Mel discusses Nintendo, again, this time about their initiatives with IP crossovers. Nintendo was once much more wary of the practice, but has since opened up a lot to the idea. Read on for the finer details and more Mel-musings!
A soup game, some flash game, and a robot game. Steam Greenlight: where even the craps take craps.
In the shadow of a miraculous and unexpected Ashes victory for England, Final Fantasy XV is garnished with the promise of the best villain ever, and Lusipurr and SiliconNooB pull out all the stops as they cover the Quincy, Massachusetts Flag Day Parade.
Final Fantasy XV will release in 2016, Microsoft makes digital support exclusive for the control pad aristocracy, Konami has been treating their staff absolutely disgracefully, and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection F has done better than it had any right to!