In this podcast episode, we're discussing how we like to play indie games and which platform we think is the best for enjoying independent games on.
Should esports be considered sports and is doing so good for them?
Pay-to-win mechanics have become rather commonplace in gaming but should we expect to see more or less of them? In this episode, we discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of pay-to-win, whether publishers should include them, and how we can put an end to them.
If you're the kind of person who loves to see how well their colon works, these scary indie games might put your sphincter to the test.
What happens if you play a game but never played the game that heavily inspired almost everything about it? If you've never touched Super Metroid, then Axiom Verge may not be for you.
In this month's bonus episode, we try to come up with a working definition for sports, discuss if esports fit in that definition, and wonder why some people so desperately want them to be classified as sports.
In our first-ever podcast episode (aka "The Pubcast"), we talk about the indie games that we've been playing recently and the Nintendo Indie World and Sony State of Play presentations. Games discussed: Divinity: Original Sin, Overcooked, Overcooked 2, Sniper Elite 4, Supermash, Streets of Rage 4, Skatebird, Dreams. Nintendo Switch - Indie World Showcase - … Continue reading Episode 0 | What We’re Playing, Nintendo’s Indie World, and Sony’s State of Play
If you want to play indies, should you play on PC, Xbox One, PS4, or Switch?
Should you buy a Nintendo Switch Lite? Is it worth it? Here are the pros and cons of the upcoming console.
P.T. and the cancellation of Silent Hills was a disappointment for many. However, many indie devs stepped up and made some great psychological horror games of their own.