For some reason every time I hear the name Battleborn the theme song to Big Bad Beetleborgs gets stuck in my head. I expect there’ll be a lot of that this week.
You know how most release weeks have one central peg, some highly-anticipated title that a person creating a list can latch onto? Yeah, about that.
I was going to say that this was a rather quiet week in terms of big-name games, but then I got to Friday, and got excited in aeronautically accurate fashion. It’s not every decade you get a new Star Fox game.
Am I using that right?
Why did I Photoshop a PC virtual reality headset on a character on a game that makes absolutely no use of it? Consider it a quantum thing.
In case you hadn’t been paying attention to the calendar, this coming Friday is April 1. As I don’t work on Fridays, I plan to spend the day curled into a tight ball under my desk playing Hyper Light Drifter.
Just when I thought I was completely done with Fallout 4, along come robot battles to drag me right back in.
I pieced together this image as a little joke for the top of the post, but the more I look at it the more I want to play a game where Pikachu Libre faces off against Conor McGregor.
This is the most excited folks have been for a Tom Clancy game since EndWar Online.
In case you weren’t excited enough about The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess the first time around, now’s your chance to make up for lost enthusiasm.
Thog love kitty. Kitty Thog friend. Thog and kitty always together. Thog name kitty Phsteven. Good Phsteven.
Less than a week away from the release of the new Fire Emblem games and I still can’t decide. Why not both?
If anyone needs me this week I’ll be hanging around with my little Yarn doll.
Megadimensional Neptunia VII? Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth? Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Duel? Gravity Rush Remastered? It’s a week filled with games wanting to take use to strange places, and we can’t be everywhere at once.
Looks like my week is going to be spent with LEGO Avengers in one hand, Final Fantasy Explorers in the other. Luckily I’ve gotten good enough at Blade & Soul to play with my feet.
It’s nice to see a nice, beefy list of weekly releases again, even if most of it consists of Sony going crazy with the digital downloads.
That’s a wrap, everybody. Hit the streets. You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay in this year.
We’ve only got one day to finish Jason Schreier’s favorite JRPG and its recently released in North America sequel before The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel arrives. I just finished the first part of the first one. I think I can make it.
Just not a whole lot. At least we’ve got PaRappa.
Who has time to worry about playing video games when the city is being invaded by giant insects?