Dragon Age: Inquisition Trespasser DLC Spoiler Section With Amanda, Kate, Karla and Lara!

February 29 – March 6

Welcome to [award show], it’s great to be here. [Insert joke about how white the crowd is.] [Wait for applause.] How about that opening number, eh? Where DID they get all that gold? [Point to Deus Ex: Human Revolution.] [Wait for applause.] OK, enough fun, let’s get on with the awards of the week. And the winners are: “Game Most Likely to Ruin Friendships”: Ultimate Chicken Horse.
It’s like Elite Dangerous with trucks!

GWJ Conference Call Episode 489

Unravel, Firewatch, Dragon Quest Heroes, Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Draw of Dynamic Relationships and More!

Neurotribal Elders

Recently I finished reading what is, quite possibly, the most important book I've ever read. It's called Neurotribes by Steve Silberman, and it tells a brief history of autism and how autistic people have been perceived and treated over the past century.
I’m honestly torn this week. On the one hand, Sadame looks like it’s right up my alley. Multiple character classes, loot, and a throwback 2D art style that isn’t pretending to be 8-bit. On the other hand, Far Cry Primal enables me to make a joke about how you’re going to have to wait for someone to invent cell phone towers before you can unlock the map. Both have their weaknesses.
EA infiltrates the Michael’s yarn department in a bid to capture some territory previously held uncontested by Nintendo. Can they successfully take Little Round Skein? Or will they eventually fall victim to Chamberlain’s crochet-hook defense as they charge through the Bloody Pleatfield? I may answer those questions as I explore how many torturous yarn puns a Gettysburg metaphor can stand.

GWJ Conference Call Episode 488

Unravel, Firewatch, Overwatch, Rocket League DLC, The Witness, Emotional Manipulation, Your Emails and More!

February 15 - February 21

Nothing for me this week. I’m driving. Virtually, anyway. The Missus got me American Truck Simulator as a Valentine's day present. (I got her Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, if you must know). Notable this week include the Xbox1 release of Rocket League, and a game called The Emerald Maiden: Symphony of Dreams, which appears to be BioShock reimagined by Popcap.
Have you ever Played FTL, after you lost all but one crew member, and found yourself in a pitched battle with pirates? Imagine being that lone crew member. That's Flight of the Icarus, only more so.