OPUS: Echo of Starsong is a triumph in all regards. It is a fantastic experience through-and-through, punctuated by an astounding ending worthy of the journey.
Whip out your 3DS and download your favourite PSVITA games (while you can) because it’s time for Gaming Fyx!! We’ve got some great new games like Kuukiyomi 3, Genesis Noir, Monster Hunter: Rise Kujikawa,
We’re a century-and-a-half old in podcast years!! Join us for Episode 150 where we actually dive into a bunch of games again, but also a heaping helping of news. We’ve got board games, we’ve
It might seem absurd for me to say I want to experience even more of Umineko’s story given that ~130 hours is not a small investment of time; but as the final moments were unfolding and the conclusion was drawing near, I felt genuinely sad about the notion of saying goodbye to these wonderful characters, the amazing world in which they inhabit, and their incredible story. While Umineko is indeed a horror story with a tightly woven mystery tying it all together, ultimately it is also a deeply affecting story about love, loss, trauma, catharsis, feminism, family, the value of living, and the importance of our relationships with fellow humans. “Without love, it cannot be seen” is the core message of Umineko, and one which I’ll carry with me for years to come.
We’re all working from home, which means we have more time to play games! Which also means we can bring you more material for hot bangers such as this episode of Gaming Fyx!! Join
What’s that flying through the sky? Why it’s Norman Reedus and his Magical Fetus making deliveries on a broom this week on Gaming Fyx! Join us as we chat about a few games, and
Pick your favourite nut as we guide you through the perilous landscape of November game releases! It’s going to be a busy one, folks. Timestamps: 00:08:58 – The Outer Worlds 00:34:45 – Ciconia: When