You remember the first time you met someone who hadn’t seen the Godfather, or read Harry Potter? That look of grim fascination you have them as you peppered them with questions? Questions like, “How have you existed so long without experiencing this thing?” It’s not necessarily a criticism of the person’s character, but you…
Caligo is the pretentious, trying-too-hard walking simulator that that guy from the internet once warned you about.
Scanner Sombre has some of the better aspects of walking simulators along with some of the worst.
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! Burgers! Fries!! EXCLAMATION POINTS!!!
NeoGAF & The Escapist: two gaming sites that have officially had their worst weekends.
Visceral Games is gone, and with it, any information we have had about the original Star Wars game they were developing.
Who knows what’s coming next?
I enjoyed Battle Chasers in high school: it had an incredible art style and a fun, if standard fantasy adventure storyline full of legendary artifacts, talking robots, and warriors with mysterious pasts. But I’d be a liar if I expected that it had any sort of rebirth set up for its future.
And I was wrong in a big way: because not only is Battle Chasers: Nightwar a fun continuation of the comic’s memorable characters, it’s a pretty stand up video game in its own right.
I remember attending my first convention, and seeing the parade of cosplay. A kid in the parking lot who had made a fully functional Gundam suit out of cardboard and epoxy. He fired missiles into a nearby Toyota Tundra and the crowd cheered with delight, their faces lit from the yellow glow of the fuel tank igniting. Faced with that level of open geekery my first instinct wasn’t dissimilar to the reaction many aging gay men from Mississippi must have had when they saw their first Pride parade.
“Cover yourself up!” my instincts told me to cry out. “For god’s sake: people can see you!”