In this episode, we discuss KFC's Double Down sandwich, explain sports to Archie, and talk about the indie RPGs that we've been playing recently. Games Discussed: Costume Quest, Pyre, Moonlighter.
Summer is here and it's a hot one. Here are some of the coolest indie games with playable demos we could find!
In this month's bonus episode, we've been chatting about grinding in games and RPGs, in particular, what grinding is, whether we like it, and whether it's always possible to avoid it during development.
Inside was the 2016 follow-up to Limbo. While it wasn't a sequel, it was almost essentially the same game. Was it as good? Was it better?
In this month's retro episode, we discuss some of our favourite RPGs from the 90s and 00s. Expect high-fantasy, spiky hair, overdesigned character outfits, and grinding. Games Discussed: Final Fantasy, Diablo, Pokémon, Summoner, Divine Divinity, World of Warcraft, Dragon Age: Origins, Kingdom Hearts.
Void Bastards is a stylish, first-person rogue-like shooter and even though it's grindy and repetitive at the start, it'll probably win you over with it's stylish aesthetic and pick-up-and-play gameplay.
In this week's indie podcast, we've been looking at some first-person shooters and even though the three were vastly different to one another, we struggled to pick a favourite. Games discussed: Void Bastards, Dusk, Superhot.
DUSK is an FPS that's very clearly inspired by the 90s. Is it worth picking up?
Since we've been playing a lot of shooters this month for our other podcast episodes, we had to have a chat about violence in video games and how we feel about it. Games Discussed: Mortal Kombat, Resident Evil, Die Hard, Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, Hatred. Grown Man Hunts, Chokes Boy Over Call of … Continue reading Episode 5+ | Violence in Video Games
June's demo disc is here with some great indie games for you to check out.