YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #262

Up this week: The Almost Gone – we try out this unusual puzzle game in which things feel just a bit…off. Miitopia – it’s the return of our adventures in Miitopia! What oddball scenarios will we come across this time around? Bastion – we play as “the Kid” in a world gone awry in this…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #261

Up this week: Miitopia – it’s the return of our adventures in Miitopia! What oddball scenarios will we come across this time around? Bastion – we play as “the Kid” in a world gone awry in this classic indie title. Not Zangief – kick back with our occasional series that’s all about having fun with…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #260

Up this week: Bastion – we play as “the Kid” in a world gone awry in this classic indie title Not Zangief – it’s the return of our occasional series that’s all about having fun with fighting games. Ori and the Will of the Wisps – we finally get around to playing this sequel to…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #259

Up this week: Bastion – we play as “the Kid” in a world gone awry in this classic indie title Not Zangief – it’s the return of our occasional series that’s all about having fun with fighting games. Ori and the Will of the Wisps – we finally get around to playing this sequel to…

Bastion: Surviving in a World Shattered By the Calamity

Bastion follows the story of Kid, who is working to restore the Bastion after the Calamity, an event that destroyed much of the world.  This is one of an abundant number of critically-acclaimed games that I finally got around to playing years after its release.  When playing these sorts of games, there’s always the danger…

Resonance: Build That Wall (Zia’s Theme)

An indie darling of 2011, Supergiant Games’ Bastion is undoubtedly a work of art. Late to the party as usual, I only just played it for the first time a few months ago. Knowing its reception and legacy, I can safely now say it’s a self-contained masterpiece in terms of gameplay and style. It’s hard to…

Pyre and Buying Based on Developer

Most of the time, buying a game based solely on who’s developing it is good way to set oneself up for disappointment. Heck, in this modern world of video game advertising it can be a bad idea to buy based off a demo (I’m looking at you vanilla Destiny).  There is still a short list…