Lusipurr and Iliya settle down for a delightful evening discussing the Cricket, the litigiousness of the video game industry, the necessity of justice in fair game design, and the likelihood of a long and successful life for Nintendo’s beleaguered Wii U.
With Final Fantasy VI and its amazing soundtrack on the mind Dei-Mog-sion takes a look at some of his favorite video game soundtracks and acknowledges that some of his favorite games have most of his favorite music.
Ethos, like many other nerds, loves video game music. With the rise of very creative indie game soundtracks, he mourns the loss of good music in AAA titles.
Since he has not spent as much time devoted to gaming as usual, Deimosion instead decides to look back at four of his favorite Steam games. Join Deimosion as he gives a very brief look into these four short games.
At a time when friends-lists everywhere are filled with end-of-the year memes and resolutions, Thea takes a few moments to look back at five games that defined her gaming experience in 2011.
Thea takes another look at Bastion and questions if the game’s trademark dynamic narrative and lush visuals are enough to win it a spot in the annals of gaming history.
Biggs gives us a Tokyo preview, Deimosion is DRM-free, Reetin leaves a galaxy far, far away, Enrei talks about talking, Blitzmage is puzzled by subscription DLC, Sabin prepares for Persona, and Lusipurr is no longer banned in Germany! Also: acrimony!
Emmori tries to piece the world back together in this week’s review. Find out if Bastion is worth the money!
This Week’s “Why Squeenix Sucks” If you are a fan of Final Fantasy XIII, you are an idiot. You are so much of a blithering idiot that even the people who stand to benefit from your stupidity have given up on you. In a recent interview with a Japanese magazine, XIII’s director Motomu Toriyama […]