Guacamelee! 2 powerbombs back into the scene!
Nic and Evan share their opposing experiences with Inside and try to uncover the mysteries of its cryptic story.
Coming hot off of just finishing the PS4 version of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, The Chinese Room’s Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture seemed to me like the perfect follow-up game. Exploring and unraveling a mystery that has left a small English town utterly deserted? The premise was one I immediately jumped on, and I was eager for a good tale and an engaging world to explore. Unfortunately, an interesting premise and a nice world are about where my praises for the game end.
Sometimes life happens, and sometimes E3 happens. But while we’re waiting for Fallout 4, we’ll take it down a notch and settle into a selection from Gregory Alan Isakov. Sometimes the best way to change things up is to dive in head first – no preconceived notions. Such was my introduction to The Weatherman, but I wouldn’t say it affected my experience of the album. If anything, it caught me off guard, and taught me lessons beyond the music.
Ten years since the formation of Tokyo Police Club, frontman Dave Monks has broken off for his first solo side effort. But after a decade of operating as part of a four-piece act, will Dave’s first foray into solitude yield positive results?
Life is Strange, but thanks to Square Enix and DONTNOD Entertainment, it’s also wonderful.