YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #255

Up this week: Miitopia – what adventures await us in the world of Miitopia? After playing its demo, we return to the game to find out! Not Zangief – it’s the return of our occasional series that’s all about having fun with fighting games. Death Road to Canada – do we have what it takes to…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #254

Up this week: Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince (demo) – we tried out this fourth installment of the Trine series to see what its newest delve into puzzle platforming offered. Death Road to Canada – do we have what it takes to successfully survive the Death Road to Canada? Watch and find out! Ori and…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #253

Up this week: Death Road to Canada – do we have what it takes to successfully survive the Death Road to Canada? Watch and find out! Ori and the Will of the Wisps – we finally get around to playing this sequel to the hit Ori and the Blind Forest, and we have a bashing…

Lasting Impressions from a Big Week for Games

June 6th to the 14th was a big week for games. In lieu of E3, fans of video games received a plethora of different gaming panels, events, and reveals via various streams, from the familiar Summer Game Fest event hosted by the familiar Geoff Keighley, to the wild and crazy antics of Devolver Digital, to…

Kirby Works Extremely Well in Three Dimensions

Having long since grown bored of the tired old Kirby formula, Kirby and the Forgotten Land has brought a much needed change to a series that’s grown a bit stale.  Not so very long ago, I reviewed the game’s demo, and I’ve now returned to talk about my full experience with the pink puffball’s new…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #252

Up this week: Death Road to Canada – do we have what it takes to successfully survive the Death Road to Canada? Watch and find out! Ori and the Will of the Wisps – we finally get around to playing this sequel to the hit Ori and the Blind Forest, and we have a bashing…

An Absolute Mad-Lad is Bringing Ray-Tracing to N64 Games on PC

For those of us who grew up with the likes of the N64 and Gamecube, it’s really not difficult to enjoy the old games as they are. It’s how we remember them after all. Still, there’s no denying that these games are getting older with each passing day, and are thus looking more and more…

Helping the Fab Fairies in Miitopia

I recently recorded part 3 of my Miitopia playthrough, which saw the formation of my third and, presumably, final team.  This time, I created all three of my new team members’ Mii’s, with their identities being as follows.  Charlotte, the energetic cat, joined the team first.  She is actually meant to resemble my character from…

YouTube Highlights, Weekly Edition #251

Up this week: Ori and the Will of the Wisps – we finally get around to playing this sequel to the hit Ori and the Blind Forest, and we have a bashing good time…mostly. Miitopia – our adventures in Miitopia continue, and we have a bonus video featuring the time-lapsed creation of the one and…

I’m Still Not a Big Fan of Super Mario 64

I don’t really like Super Mario 64.  There, I said it.  I understand that the game was a big deal for its time, considering it was one of the first 3D platformers ever made.  While that is certainly something to be admired, I never really had the best opinion of this game.  In fact, I…