A glass box, no bigger than the size of the Tesseract, stands atop two marble-colored obelisks. Inside the glass box is a copy of Cory in the House, the DS adaptation of the Disney Channel sitcom that lasted for two seasons between 2007 and 2008. Behind it is a regal poster for the namesake show. This is a serious…
Mario doesn’t fart.
Once you dive into the world of Animal Crossing, there’s no going back. Perhaps one of its most addicting aspects is its incredible music: From the background tracks designed to change seamlessly at the hour, every hour, to Animalese celebrity K.K. Slider’s own multigenre discography, the care and effort given to the…
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Some players have been adding Yamcha’s infamous pose to Animal Crossing: New Horizons. But why? The pose is well known, but the reason is more than how striking (and humorous) it looks in New Horizons. Rather, Yamcha’s birthday is March 20, which is the day Animal Crossing: New Horizons was released.
It is true that while Dwarf Fortress is an incredibly complex and rewarding game, it is also true that it has forever looked like ass. The upcoming Steam release, Dwarf Fortress Premium, is going to look a little better.
Dolby Atmos is the new hotness when it comes to home theater gear, but there are a lot of different ways you can…
Despite them normally being very much a stay-at-home thing, it’s going to be difficult to play board games over the next few months because they tend to involve getting people over and getting social. Unless, that is, you’re playing one of these very good solo board games.