Windjammers 2 (Switch) Review

There’s something thrilling about playing 1v1 against someone in any competitive game.  The dance of getting an understanding of your opponent’s playstyle.  The push-and-pull, back and forth swings in momentum until getting the better of your opponent.  The thrilling victory or crushing defeat that comes from the conclusion of a match.  Team multiplayer can be … Continue reading Windjammers 2 (Switch) Review

Kena Bridge of Spirits- Loss, Grief and Passing On

By Eric, Getty, Gettinger This last year for the Super GG Radio podcast we were no strangers to loss. For each of us the process was different but we all found some solace in the games we played. Through my own personal experience I was drawn to Kena: Bridge of Spirits. Kena is a spirit … Continue reading Kena Bridge of Spirits- Loss, Grief and Passing On

Rise of Humanity (Early Access) Preview

By Eric Getty Gettinger Rise of Humanity is currently in early access on Steam and there are a lot of good reasons to check it out. As the title implies this is a rebirth for humanity after the world ends and a rogue AI is controlling robots to keep their reign supreme. In this third … Continue reading Rise of Humanity (Early Access) Preview

Cloudpunk + City of Ghosts DLC (PC) Review

Conversations About the Nature of Storytelling By Alex Orona Cloudpunk and it’s accompanying City of Ghosts DLC are stories around a futuristic city in the sky, but not an idealistic one. The most accurate comparison is the world of The Fifth Element - lots of smog, rampant street drugs, and classism based on the cloud … Continue reading Cloudpunk + City of Ghosts DLC (PC) Review

Editorial: Alex Chen of Life is Strange: True Colors’ Power Goes Beyond Empathy

By Joel DeWitte **This piece contains story spoilers for Life is Strange: True Colors.  Additional content warning for violence, drug abuse, & assault.** Life is Strange: True Colors, the latest in the series developed by Deck Nine & Square-Enix, starts with a simple premise.  Alex Chen, an orphan who survived eight grueling years in foster … Continue reading Editorial: Alex Chen of Life is Strange: True Colors’ Power Goes Beyond Empathy

Heavenly Bodies (PC) Review

More Frustrating Than Fun By Alex Orona Games with wacky controls and physics are a budding genre in gaming today. Starting from the early days of QWOP to Octo-Dad, we’ve seen large variations on this formula. Newly out of 2pt Interactive we have Heavenly Bodies, an astronautical physics adventure about maintaining a satellite in orbit. … Continue reading Heavenly Bodies (PC) Review

Alex Orona’s 2021 Games of the Year

Alex Orona is former host of Super GG Radio and the monster punter. You got monsters, he's got a foot. Hey guys! It’s your (former) Super GG host Alex Orona! 2021 was a great year for games, despite Covid,there was plenty I loved this year. My list always ends up way longer than just a … Continue reading Alex Orona’s 2021 Games of the Year

Joel DeWitte’s 2021 Games of the Year

Joel DeWitte is co-host/editor of Super GG Radio, and hasn't found an indie game he won't try. It’s been another good year to like video games.  Two of my fellow Super GG’ers have snagged a Playstation 5 and were able to chew through high profile exclusives.  I somehow got my hands on an Xbox Series … Continue reading Joel DeWitte’s 2021 Games of the Year

Eric “Getty” Gettinger’s 2021 games of the year

Eric "Getty" Gettinger is host of Super GG Radio, and will play any game whose main character is a dog or cat. Kena Bridge of Spirits If you told me Kena Bridge of Spirits was the first offering from an indie studio, I would not have believed you from watching the trailers. What feels like … Continue reading Eric “Getty” Gettinger’s 2021 games of the year

Alec Parks’ Games of the Year

Alec Parks is the co-host and tech enthusiast of Super GG Radio. Hey everyone! It’s time to make a list of my favorite games of the year. Much to my surprise, there is only one rogue-style game! Let’s dig in and see what another year of COVID, quarantine, and somehow no barely any time to … Continue reading Alec Parks’ Games of the Year