If you missed last week’s Nintendo Direct, you might be wondering based on the title “what the hell is an Octopath Traveller?” Odd name aside, What you’re looking at is another modern take on the JRPG genre from the minds behind the equally innovative Bravely Default. But based on the recent demo, Octopath Traveller seems to be even … More Octopath Traveller Demo: On the Right Path
We’re a month away from Pokemon Sun & Moon hitting stores worldwide. To celebrate, and promote the upcoming game, Nintendo has released a demo to whet players’ appetites. This is similar to what they did with Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Saphire back in 2014. However, this Pokemon isn’t just a new generation; it’s both … More Aloha from Alola: Pokemon Sun & Moon Demo
While The Mario Brothers might have dominance when it comes to Nintendo’s platforms, back in the days of the N64 there was another platforming duo that was giving them a run for their money in the late 90s. I’m of course talking about bear and bird duo, Banjo & Kazooie. While they only released Banjo-Kazooie two … More Yooka-Laylee is Banjo-Kazooie (For Better or Worse)
Though I wasn’t able to back it on Kickstarter at the time, Night in the Woods has been on my radar for the last three years. But like the mysterious forces in the woods next to the small town of Possum Springs, I didn’t know much about the game apart from the tiny bits of … More Night in The Woods: Let’s Go Shoplifting
The best part of conventions like PAX and RTX isn’t the games that you’ve known are coming for a while and getting to play before them they release. The best part is seeing games that you didn’t know are out there and getting to experience something special. While I’m tempted to say that Pyre was the best … More YIIK: Party Like It’s a JRPG in 1999
You have to hand it to Supergiant Games. If there’s anyone who can push the boundaries of world-building and gameplay mechanics, it’s them. Bastion and Transistor are considered by many to be some of the best indie games ever made. Both had excellent gameplay, stunning worlds, incredible music, and stories that you had piece together … More Pyre: Anyone up for Celestial Rugby?