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  • VIDEOCAST – We Love Katamari

    This week, Squall and Gillman kicked it old school by revisiting the sequel to the fan-favorite Katamari series. Along the way they talk about backwards compatibility, the Katamari series, and indie games. Enjoy the stream: If you have a suggestion for a future stream, let us know in the comments below.

  • VIDEOCAST – Zomborg

    Zomborg is an overhead action game in which the player shoots zombies… in case the name Zomborg was confusing. We kept dying right at the end of a beginning level but eventually persevere and make it through. But after annoying die several times in a row, we call it quits. Enjoy the stream: Description of […]

  • VIDEOCAST – Nightingale Downs

    Gillman and Squall play through the beginning a Nightingale Downs, an indie PC RPG with an 8/16-bit visual style. There are some obvious issues with balance and grinding but playing as a deer in a forest has to account for something. Also, this game is only $1.99 full price on Steam. Eventually we submit to […]

  • VIDEOCAST – Rosenkreuzstilette Freudenstachel

    Rosenkreuzstilette Freudenstachel has to be one of the longest, and most difficult to pronounce game titles of all time. Since Gillman and Squall are not that phonetically correct, they simply refer to this as “Rosen 2” or “the game.” For more on the original Rosenkreuzstilette, check out the review and original stream here. As for […]

  • VIDEOCAST – Sonic Mania

    Sonic Mania is one of the first classic Sonic games to be released in a while. EiC SquallSnake and Managing Editor Gillman take this new classic Sega game for a spin, literally. Gillman also calls it “Sanic” because he thinks it sounds cooler. Enjoy the stream:

  • VIDEOCAST – Vostok Inc.

    A couple weeks ago, Nosebleed Interactive and BadLand Games sent us a Steam code for Vostok Inc. Even though we never heard of this game before, we decided to fire it up and see what the deal is. To our surprise, the RPG twin-stick gameplay is actually not so bad. Sure, the pop-up dialog box […]