It's a week (and by all indications a month) to go through and whittle away at the pile of games you've been meaning to get around to playing. It's going to be a little while before there's a big game back on the list to talk about.
Sponsored By: My own nostalgia
Time Played: 73 minutes
Tiny Grasshopper review
An ambiguously Asian stereotype sets off on an adventure to retrieve a magic sword from a dangerous multinational corporation. That's right!
Mr. Sands says he lives in Minnesota, but that's actually a clever cover for his seasonal gig further north. (C'mon, tell me you're surprised. How long have we been talking about his beard?) Anyway, he didn't file a Week Ahead due either to that or to the fact that nothing's really coming out this week. So you're stuck with my humbuggery.
Sponsored by: RNR Clown
Time Played: 70 minutes, but only 60 of them seriously.
Seriously Short Review
Back in the 2001, some Croatians wondered what Smash TV would be like if it were a first-person shooter, and created an engine specifically to render an obscene number of enemies in wide-open environments.
Dragon Age: Inquisition Spoiler Section - December 17th, 2014
So many Dragon Age: Inquisition Spoilers!
Join Lara Crigger, Karla Andrich and Shawn as they dive deep into Dragon Age: Inquisition spoilers.
With Kerbal Space Program's official move (finally) to beta, now seemed like as good a time as any to go over why this is one of my favorite games of the past year, and do an introductory walkthrough of the game and the latest features.
(Knock knock knock)
Do you have a moment to contemplate the healing power of fun?
I thought of this while watching my kids recover from a nasty virus. They were spiking fevers, throwing up what little they'd eaten, and generally not moving around a whole lot.