Nintendo has botched Paper Mario: The Origami King, there are some great games getting physical releases from Limited Run, and Devolver Digital has released the most amazing piece of marketing ever created in the news of the week!
As England begun the ritual of losing their first test of the summer, Lusipurr and SiliconNooB prepare the site staff for the difficult task of selecting the reader-chosen games which will test Lusipurr at the conclusion of the Summer Donation Drive.
From developer Freebird Games comes Finding Paradise, an indie game about being sad and mentally ill! WIll it live up to their previous game, or will it fall flat? Join Durga as he takes a look and answers the question: can a sequel equal the original?
This week Tim tackles an easy and totally-not-an-excuse-to-talk-about-Blendo-Games question: How does one describe Art Games which have, well, no game? The usefulness of current definitions are brought up, and discussions which nobody could lose are had!
Join Rikki as he delves into the world of indie games to review To the Moon. Does it live up to the hype, or will he be left wanting more?
Vicks teaches us about raccoons, SiliconNooB bundles up the Vita, and Lusipurr dates Faris, Celes, and Kid. Also, Vicks lusts for a chocolate cocoa-bo, whilst SiliconNooB and Lusipurr chastise her for her insane Marylandese pronunciation.