This is a game-heavy week! We get to talk lots about games like Arknights, Fortnite, The Avengers, Adios, NBA 2K21, and Final Fantasy XIV’s Shadowbringers – whose base game has a very generous free […]
when they cry
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.
New consoles are here, and we’re talkin’ about that there PS5!! Also, holy moly do we have a lot of games this week – and most of them are new! A few old ones,
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
We might not have a ton of new games to talk about this week, but boy was there a ton of news. Join Allyson, Andre, Alex, Sam and Toddler Howard as we guide you