This past January, Travis Touchdown made one hell of a comeback. The latest (sub)chapter in Goichi Suda's iconic series, Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes served as a massive chocolate-filled heart to both indie games and the entirety of Grasshopper
There's something about sibling relationships that also involve competition. When one sister sees the other getting the advantage, it is natural that she wants to catch up.
In an instant, your life can change for better or worse. For the young girl Okko (Madigan Kacmar), her very world is shattered when her parents die in a car accident. After being taken in by her grandmother Mineko (Glynis
Stories about royalty giving themselves a good sweat almost always feel more heroic than ones where the rulers spend most of their time in the throne room. Perhaps this is why I had high hopes for a game like The
NinjaSistah has gone this whole decade without Cable TV. She was a cord-cutter when cutting the cord wasn't cool.
Lab Zero Games had a good formula when creating its Skullgirls fighter. With its cute characters, fun mechanics, and vivid imagination, the game set the stage as one of the better original fighting titles around. (Well
Anyone who has listened to this podcast over many years knows Panda is a big fan of horror games. They also know that Ninja doesn't care for them at all.
When Koji Igarashi, the man who breathed the true essence of Castlevania into the franchise, wants to make a Metroidvania adventure, you best damn well let him. No longer held back by the chains of Konami, Igarashi went to Kickstarter
You'll have to admit it. The title of this week's podcast -- "Touch things — only when you’re invited" is good advice in these days of #MeToo. When in doubt, just keep your hands to yourself.
Calling Samurai Shodown a brutal fighting game is an understatement! The first new addition to SNK’s franchise in over a decade is filled to the brim with sword-slaying combat and mad trickery. What I nearly forgot about this series was