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.
FarCry 4, Dead State, Ultra-Wide Monitor Review, Irrational Feelings About Games, Dragon Age: Inquisition Spoiler Section (See Show Notes!), Your Emails and More! This week Sean, Julian and Cory talk about irrational feelings about games! We also have a Dragon Age: Inquisition Spoiler Section with Lara, Karla and Shawn you'll find as a separate download!
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.
It may be Star Citizen that has been the biggest, brightest star in the revitalization of PC space sims, and its $66.6 million dollars of funding raised sort of boggles my mind.
Sponsored By: a totally sick Humble Bundle offer Hang Time: 63 minutes 2lawn: DintPl8 Aw man, I am so stoked to be spelling you on this game. It is totally sick! So grab your deck, put some spinners on it, and prepare to grind your way into infamy.
Dragon Age Inquisition, Kingdom Rush Origins, Battlelore Command, A New Graham Rowat Reading, Your Emails and More! This week we have a new reading by Graham Rowat! Sean, Shawn and Julian tackle a ton of your emails.
A staple of my youth was the Christmas special. (Boy, we're really just jumping into it this article, aren't we?) Every TV show I used to watch had that special Christmas episode, and they always had one of two plots: 1) Curmudgeonly bastard gets the Dickens treatment. 2) Little kid gets to believe in Santa for one more year. That was it.
This week Lara Croft the Guardian of Light gets its somewhat overdue sequel, with my game of the week Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris.
Author's Note: This is the first review of December, and it so happened that I had four reviews queued up that were all by the same studio. This is complete happenstance, but when have I ever backed away from a bad idea?