Preview: The Last Spell

By Eric, Getty, Gettinger A warning to those who are interested in playing The Last Spell, if you want to have fun, this game will not take it easy on you. As a matter of fact when you boot up The Last Spell will flat out tell you that this will be difficult. This is … Continue reading Preview: The Last Spell

Review: Best Friends Forever (Switch)

My time with Cheeseball By Eric, Getty, Gettinger “Cheeseball let out a biiiig fart” - it constantly appears at the bottom of my Nintendo Switch screen. The name of the game is Best Friend Forever, and it is your not so typical visual novel based dating sim. With a fusion of a pet training simulation, … Continue reading Review: Best Friends Forever (Switch)

Review: Desperados III (PC)

Desperados III for PC\Xbox By Philip Orona I love a good wild west game. Red Dead Revolver and its sequels were a lot of fun and I am a fan of the genre in both game and film. I grew up on the Clint Eastwood Spaghetti westerns, so it is no surprise when Desperados 3 … Continue reading Review: Desperados III (PC)

Review: Loop Hero (PC)

Loop Hero, Let’s circle back By Eric, Getty, Gettinger  Welcome hero to an endless loop of enemies to slaughter, if only you could remember why you are here… Loop Hero is best described as an idle strategy game with RPG elements. It seems like an oxymoron that something could be an idle game that you … Continue reading Review: Loop Hero (PC)

Alex’s Game of the Year 2020

10. Moving Out This was my new Overcooked. It plays like overcooked and leads to just as many arguments and hilarious laughter. I can’t wait to bring this to the next family party and watch the crowd go wild. 9. Persona 5 Royal I bought Persona 5 Royal out of habit. I have bought and … Continue reading Alex’s Game of the Year 2020

Phil’s games of the Year 2020

Final Fantasy 7 Remake As much flak as this game got for the changes it made, Square Enix managed to keep the story fresh and new for veterans of the series. It could have been a layup of slightly updated visuals and some voice acting but instead Square Enix gave us “Advent Children like” visuals … Continue reading Phil’s games of the Year 2020

Stepping Out of My Comfort Zone in 2020

Dylan Gregory is a friend to Super GG Radio and one of the hosts of Backstage Gaming, a fantastic podcast about storytelling in video games. 2020 has been… a period in time. When the guys at Super GG Radio approached mefor another GOTY list, I realized that I hadn’t actually played a lot of games that … Continue reading Stepping Out of My Comfort Zone in 2020

Review: Bugsnax: humanity lost

By Eric, Getty, Gettinger  The fall this year brought many changes outside of your normal leaves plummeting to the earth and chill in the air. I am referring to the new console drops and the slate of launch games. While normally I would look to Sony for a real heavy hitting title, and they did … Continue reading Review: Bugsnax: humanity lost

Retro Review: The Crew 2

The Crew 2: 2 Years Later The Crew 2 is now a little over 2 years old and is on sale at a discount on various platforms like Steam and the PlayStation store. I resisted the Crew 2 on release as I was disappointed by the first entry in the series, preferring Need for Speed … Continue reading Retro Review: The Crew 2

Review: Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls

By Philip Orona I have recently found myself digging into Playstation Now's back catalog for some quality gaming time and I came Across Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls.  Wizardry is a first person dungeon crawler RPG created by a pair of college nerds from Cornell University that has inspired many game series that followed such … Continue reading Review: Wizardry: Labyrinth of Lost Souls