It was a long year. When reflecting on the best games I played in 2018, I could not believe that Celeste released in the prior 12 months. Granted, the game’s release fell in January, but that is beside the point.
In the first podcast back in quite awhile (the length should tell you!), the gang has a Far Cry 5 spoilercast, along with catching up on how we have been doing over the past year.
Here is to a bunch more wonderful episodes y’all!
2018 was a bit of a slower year for gaming, likely due to the impending release of new consoles in a couple of years. That does not mean that there weren’t some amazing games released this year.
Find our choices in a number of different fun categories, for game of the year 2018.
I will probably spend more time publishing this review than I will have spent in the world of Donut County.
Having recently completed Return of the Obra Dinn without using guides, we can appreciate the struggle. We recommend not using guides to complete the game, but have some spoiler-free tips below in case you would like to fast track!
Sometimes, the best way for a person to achieve a singular vision is to do everything themselves. This has been historically true of visual and music artists and is also true for video game developers.
I feel validated in using a potentially uninspired “Mexican” analogy to start my review, since DrinkBox Studios does so much of it in Guacamelee 2.
You were likely just as shocked as me to discover that all but eight of the nearly EIGHTY characters in Smash Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch are locked at the start of the game
If you’ve just opened your copy of the game, here are a few different ways to unlock every character of the game quickly.
JRPGs are not normally my cup of tea. Looking for more justification of my Switch purchase, however, I stood reluctantly at the counter of my local Best Buy, copy of Octopath Traveler in hand.
It is another year and another weekend of E3 Press Conferences. While it feels like everyone is getting some sort of presentation, it is nice to see such a diversity in publishers and titles.