Dragon Age Inquisition, Heroes of The Storm, Game Coaching, Your Emails and More! This week Shawn, Sean and Julian talking about game coaching.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

December 1 – December 7

If you live in the United States, then this Monday has two significant meanings for you. The first is that the refrigerator is becoming critically low of leftover turkey and stuffing, assuming either remain at all. The second is that it is Cyber Monday, a day in which work hours are spent scouring various websites for online deals and cut prices.
Time Played: 15 Minutes I'll never be able to un-play. Sponsored by: I have nobody to blame but myself. Nugget review: On this day where we're enjoying leftover bird, let me just say that I'm thankful I don't ever have to play any more of this game. Coq Au Vin review: I want to start this review with a tearful apology to the unfortunate GWJ member who received a green envelope
I flatter myself that I have a fair amount of self awareness. Sometimes this runs over into self consciousness, but I think I manage to rein it in enough to avoid losing too many work days to hiding under my blankets. One of the things I'm aware enough to know is that I'm ...
Dragon Age Inquisition, Far Cry 4, Home Bases, Your Emails and More! This week Shawn, Julian and Karla talk a whole lot of Dragon Age Inquisition and game homes!
Don't get too excited by the long release list this week. It may be wide, but it's about as deep as a pothole. This is what I always think of as "stocking stuffer" week, time where companies shovel out a great volume of stuff to stock store shelves both real and virtual.
Sponsored By: Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor (I sold all the cards I earned playing SoM and bought Not The Robots with the proceeds.) Time Played: 37 minutes, but in robot time that's enough Futon Review If a game has a loading screen telling you to go play the games that inspired the one you’re currently loading, I suggest you follow that advice. Sectional Review You know, I don’t really wan
World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor, Assassin's Creed Unity, A Smidgen of Dragon Age Inquisition, Funemployed Kickstarter, Common Game Design Weak Points, Your Emails and More! This week Rob Daviau joins the crew to launch the Funemployed Kickstarter and talk about weak points in game design.
Caution: This article will contain spoilers for Final Fantasy VII. I used to think I was so smart in middle school — so clever. I would insist certain games were only for idiots and smart people only played another type of title. I started to grow out of this mentality in high school, but it would take a long time before I truly understood what it meant to think critically.
You could spend a couple of hundred dollars on games this week and still not have picked up everything potentially worth playing off the new release list. Though Dragon Age: Inquisition is going to take the top spot on my list, and by extension the Game of the Week title, it's just scratching the surface of games released this week.