I share a house with a seven year old and a ten year old, which means that toilet humor is a regular staple of my comedy diet. Of course, it was a regular staple of my comedy diet before they moved in, so it's totally unfair of me to dump this on them. It would be like blaming my wife for my love of puns. She's not an enabler; she's an audience.
Imagine if Mass Effect were set in Hyrule, and there were no enemies to fight or party members to manage.
Can you imagine not buying it? I bet you can't. That's good, because “not buying Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles” is something that should only exist in your imagination, if at all.
I’m pretty stoked for Tacoma, friends. Exploring games and literature to delve into other people’s memories, relationships and stories is my entire jam right now. This highly-anticipated release from Fullbright, the creators of critically-acclaimed Gone Home, is no exception.
Tacoma is one of those games I knew I should approach with a blackout.
I once read a critic that complained that Kevin Spacey was a leading man trapped in a character actor’s body. It struck me as being a very apt statement. Spacey has all kinds of acting chops, but he doesn't look like the sort of person who gets to be the protagonist very often.
Welcome to Orbital Decay, an episodic collaborative storytelling RPG made possible by our Patreon subscribers! Join Game Master Michael Zenke as he takes Sean Sands, Shawn Andrich, Karla Andrich and Rob Daviau into a mysterious sci-fi adventure where our heroes don't know who they are, where they are or why they've emerged from their damaged cryo pods in the first place.
Greg “DoubtingThomas396” Decker
Rolling Thunder is my favorite arcade game of all time. I played it in arcades, I played it on one of those weird, bootleg NES cartridges from Tengen. I even played it on the PSP, when it appeared in Namco Museum. Namco Museum is back, and coming to the Switch with Rolling Thunder, Rolling Thunder 2 and Splatterhouse.