Were you hoping that you could run Overwatch on your Mac desktop or laptop? We were too.
The beginning of this review will be spoiler free, followed by a quick spoiler section later on.
Uncharted has come a long way since it made its debut as Drake’s Fortune on the Playstation 3 in 2007. It’s hard to believe that the Uncharted series is already almost a decade old, but with a tale as classic as the action movies that inspired it, is Uncharted still good?
Dan and Tristan welcome Bera and Ali as they join the Three Headed Boy / Spoiler Cast team! It was so much fun having them on the show (minus some first time audio glitches).
Nintendo has made its best effort to get people unexcited about playing Twilight Princess HD.
The gameplay videos don’t show a game that is radically different from the original. The “Cave of Shadows” is the new dungeon, but it is nothing more than another set of combat trials as Wolf Link.
Still, the trailers and first impressions should not deter Zelda fans from checking out this game. Here are eight reasons to buy Twilight Princess HD, even if you played the original.
The beginning of this Firewatch review will be spoiler free, followed by a spoiler section later on.
Reviewing indie games is tough. More than with a big budget release, you can feel the warmth of the blood that was pumped into every vein of a smaller title. Like the orangey-red palette that permeates the skies of Firewatch’s Wyoming mountains, independently released games exude a passion not normally seen in a blockbuster title.
Campo Santos, the team behind Firewatch, is an 11 person team made up of developers and designers from smaller, less independent studios like Double Fine. Reading through some of their development blog, you can begin to get a glimpse of the stress involved with putting out a finished product.
Super Mario Maker is an overlooked game that did not sell nearly as well as it should have. You can make just about anything you can imagine… in the 2D space.
Seriously. If you want to make a flying, scrolling Mario stage with flame deathtraps and 17 Bowsers in flying cars in hot pursuit, you can do it.
In this episode, Dan, Tristan, and Patrick talk about the newest Star Wars movie, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
“But wait! I thought the Spoiler Cast was about video games!”
We felt a bit guilty about spoiling a movie too, so we spend the second half of the episode doing a retrospective of Star Wars video games. Here are some of the games we talk about:
- Knights of the Old Republic (KOTOR)
- Star Wars Battlefront
- Star Wars Episode 1 Racer
- Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace
- X-Wing vs Tie Fighter
- Rogue Squadron
- Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast
- Super Star Wars
See! We… ehm…. we brought the games!
Music, in order of appearance:
March of the Resistance – John Williams
Star Wars Galactic Funk – Meco
Quentin Tarantino’s wild, shitty ride.
Warning: It should be implied from the title, but this is a complete review and discussion on the Hateful Eight. Spoilers will be present.
In this episode, the guys talk about their impressions of Fallout 4, the games story, and more. What did the guys think about the game’s ending? Which side did Dan and Tristan choose?
How did they like the changes made to the core gameplay?
Conversation about Fallout 4 begins at about the 30 minute mark.
Music, in order of appearance:
Skeeter Davis – The End of the World
Connee Allen – Rocket 69
More Fallout 4 goodness
- Watch and read about our Let’s Play!
- See us in action at the midnight release!
- Read some Fallout 4 Trivia!
WARNING: This should be fairly obvious based on the title of the post, but there will be spoilers to the ending of the Krampus movie (2015)