Cesarano is out this week. Let's say he's "on assignment." I mean, maybe not anything I assigned to him, but one feels there must be some compelling reason for him to cross into New Jersey. I'll just go ahead and assume he would have picked the longest title for this week, because that fits his trend. Looks like that title is The Reject Demon: Toko Chapter 0 — Prelude.
Sponsored By: My own flesh and blood Time Played: Probably 2 hours. Three if you count load screens. White Cell Review I understand now. When I played Dark Souls, I thought I understood, but it was as a child who thinks he understands the world. I was cocky. The first hour of combat in Dark Souls provided little real challenge beyond figuring out how the Xbox 360 controller worked with the game.
Recently I was a presenter at a professional conference, which has become – in a way I don’t fully understand – an increasingly fundamental part of my day-to-day job.
Bloodborne, Pillars of Eternity, Titan Souls, Star Craft II: Legacy of The Void, A New Graham Rowat Reading, Your Emails and More! This week Shawn, Julian and Rob Zacny hold it down for Easter weekend. We also feature a new reading by Graham Rowat!
I've come a long way to be here. I've crawled through vents. I've punched through a few very specific walls.
Affordable Space Adventures, Xenoblade Chronicles 3D, Don't Shoot Yourself, Hover: Revolt of Gamers

April 6 – April 12

Did someone get the license of that truck? It was filled with all the big budget, highly marketed releases of the season.
Time Played: 33 minutes Sponsored By: Lake23 Genesis Review A game that is pretending to be a bad port of a Bible game for the Sega Genesis isn't nearly as bad as it thinks it is. I don't know if that counts as more fail or less.
Bloodborne, Pillars of Eternity, Orbital Gear, Games That Make us Feel Foolish, Special Guest Jeff Green!, Your Emails and More! This week Shawn, Elysium and Julian are joined by Jeff Green to talk about games making us feel foolish.
Oliver stars, via thebarefootedsasha

RevieWii-Uing the Situation

I haven't bought a new console since 2007. Back in mid-2007, I could see an ad announcing a $100 price drop for a PS3, blithely assume that it would be backwards compatible, run out and impulse-buy the dern thing that day – even in a non-pay week. Then I could gnash my teeth and wait for games to come out. Oh, "everybody knows" the consoles time their big releases for November?
Spring is in the air, and so is another inch of snow for those of us on the east coast of the United States. We don’t sweat it, though.