On the 9th episode of Quick Time Event, the team discussed the the crazy video game release schedule for October. What do the delays mean for the industry? Is it good that these three games have moved out of October? What game do you want/not want delayed that is left in October? How many games are you planning to purchase in October? Continue reading
CHANGING MINDS ON SPACE-PUZZLERS
It had only been a week since my review of Constant C–a sci-fi platform puzzler with an overarching story about the mass death of a space station–when I was tasked with reviewing The Swapper. Avid readers of this site will know that Constant C is the lowest reviewed game on our website to date. Let’s just say I wasn’t thrilled to be playing another “space puzzle” so soon. After ten minutes of playing The Swapper, my mind had been changed. After thirty minutes, I was hooked by the captivating story. By the end, I had questioned all of my in-game decisions and immediately dived back in. The Swapper is a breath of fresh air in an otherwise stale genre and will undoubtedly change the minds of non-believers. Continue reading
On the 8th episode of Quick Time Event, the team discussed the five biggest stories/rumors in gaming this week. Will PlayStation Now include a software update for backwards compatibility? How do you feel about developers asking fans what they want in games? Are you okay with developers still making previous generation only games? Is it a smart move for Microsoft and Sony to add Early Access to their consoles? What effect will the shutdown of Microsoft Entertainment Studios have? Continue reading
Has the summer-Wii-U-game-lull got you down? Good news! Japanese inspired action-platformer, Wooden Sen’Sey, is making its way to Nintendo’s home console on July 24th. Continue reading
LET’S NOT DO THE TIME WARP AGAIN
Way too often, at the end of a console’s life cycle, a few smaller indie titles will pass along with little mention or fanfare. Some of these games are true diamonds in the rough, largely unnoticed by the masses flocking to the newer and shinier consoles. Constant C, one of the latest PlayStation 3 releases, is not one of these games.