Ever felt like a video game is trying to stretch for that big emotional moment but can’t quite make it land? I’ve felt that too and I think it’s all about how the majority of the video game industry understands emotions.
In this episode, we are jumping back in time with Age of Empires 4 along with some of our favorite RTS games and our excitement for Forza Horizon 5.
November is here and that means your wallet may run and hide as the holiday release window for games comes swinging for it. This is the time when most games release to be ready for the holidays and although Covid restrictions have slowed things down some, that didn’t stop this year’s massive list of releases. A barrage of some of gaming’s biggest titles are coming at you, from FPS heavy hitters like Call of Duty and Battlefield, to a slew of classic remasters. There is plenty to keep us busy on the upcoming holidays.
Has Denis Villeneuve created an adaptation of Frank Herbert’s epic novel Dune that satisfies long-time fans and new viewers alike? Stephanie Watson shares her reflections after seeing the film.
Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure and Back to the Future were time travel movies that became pop culture icons. Josh gives his take on why Bill and Ted have the edge.
Be My Spirit Guide – Kena is a fun, albeit flawed, action-adventure game which is worth checking out. Read the full review here and see for yourself.
Crash Bandicoot first spun into our hearts in 1996, and now he’s celebrating his silver anniversary. Let’s look back at the story so far, and why it’s so much fun to CRASH!
What would happen if Nathan Drake & Co. went on the hunt for a certain legendary sword? This fan-made audio drama takes listeners on a thrilling Arthurian adventure that answers that question, and more–with plenty of excitement along the way!
Watch Luis as he plays and reviews Clash of Chefs VR, a virtual reality cooking game. See if he can prepare the tastiest meals the fastest he can and attempt to keep his cool in the kitchen!