GWJ Plays: Children of Morta & Stellaris Apocalypse!
What if I told you that they made a Resident Evil game with lots of ammunition and a knife that’s good for more than one use? You’d probably say something like “Where’ve you been since 2005?” And I’d say, “Jeez, you don’t need to be, like, mean about it.”

GWJ Conference Call Episode 593

Evil Within 2, Subnautica VR, Darkest Dungeon, Special Guests Shawn Elliott and Jeff Green, When a Game Becomes Good, Your Emails and More!

Akiba Mystique

The booming advertisement for Conception II echoes throughout the cement plaza, voices reverberating into the infinite sky above my head. Fanboys, with strands of hair drooping over bandanas, sulk past me with downcast eyes fixated on their shadows. At a nearby train station, a young woman in maid uniform sings into a cheap, portable karaoke microphone.

February 19 – February 25

I know you’ve come to expect certain things from The Week Ahead.
I’m going to deploy a European epithet here, and point out that the tutorials are bollocks.

GWJ Conference Call Episode 592

Civilization 6: Rise and Fall, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, Celeste, Checking in With Soren Johnson and 10 Crowns, Your Emails and More!

Heroes of The Realm - Episode 9

Welcome to Heroes of The Realm, an episodic collaborative storytelling RPG made possible by our Patreon subscribers! Join Game Master Karla Andrich as she takes Cory Banks, Amanda Knowlton, Ariel Jaffee and Michael Zenke from the real world and back into The Realm.

GWJ (Doesn't) Play Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Hey folks. After sleeping on it I've decided to remove this video from the front page of GWJ and the Youtube channel. While I stand by my personal views expressed below in the comments, I don't believe that GWJ or its front page are a platform for reflecting my views alone. We're a community here and my coverage of this game has understandably upset some of our members.

February 12 – February 18

This week, we’re going to see some old things, which will be sold to us as if they were new by merchants confident that we will go all mushy and buy them once again, even though we bought them the last several times they released. Of course we will. We have to. The consequences of not doing it are simply not worth contemplating.