When Peter Molyneux belches forth a veritable avalanche of fibs, untruths, falsehoods, deceits, tall tales, and straight-up lies, the industry holds him to account, exposing, beyond doubt, the untrustworthiness of gaming’s most infamous charlatan.
SVU smear against gamers leads to hilarity, Peter Molyneux gets utterly obliterated in an interview, and REmake producer thanks fans for showing how wrong-headed Capcom has been for more than a decade in the news of the week!
With little else to do in his evening holding pen, Java turns to adventures where choice seems to matter. Life is Strange and Telltale’s Game of Thrones both offer player choice in two different ways. Is one better than the other? Java wants to find out.
Mel looks at remasters this week in both a positive and negative light. Older titles were often unbound by the obsequious practices of modern gaming, which is nice, but a flood of remasters would be far from nice! Flood the comments and be nice (or not)!
After a few weeks of Majora’s Mask, Ethos is back to his old self with his return to Editorial Miscellany. That is correct, he wanders aimlessly across topics in true mediocre form. Meeting middling expectations: that is the Ethos guarantee.
This week Bup “reviews” some games from Xbox’s Indie game library. If you thought Steam Greenlight was a pile of garbage, wait until you see these!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB board the FellowShip Enterprise, and beam down with Capt. Reynolds, Mr. Snape, and Dr. Who to Hill Valley, 12 November, 1955, to defeat the Eye of Voldemort and Darth Tannen, who are trying to use the One Wand to rule the galaxy.
Sledgehammer Games feel ‘snubbed’ at DICE awards, Nintendo are to clone smartphone games for 3DS, and industry corruption is revealed in a TechRaptor interview in the news of the week!
After some esoteric calculations, Java has decided that gaming needs more science. He has never been a big fan of homework, but he would certainly play it in a video game. This week, he looks at some edutainment and wonders why it seems to be so terrible.
Ethos beat Majora’s Mask 3D after playing through it slowly for a few weeks and decided to write two thousand words about it. Yikes. For those in a rush, here is the quick version: The game is still good. The 3DS makes it better.