Our first new episode on our new hosting platform Spreaker!
Click Here: http://www.spreaker.com/user/anjl/episode-11-whats-that-game-called-again
iTunes approved us about midday yesterday so you will also be able to find (and subscribe to) the podcast here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/and-now-just-listen-podcast/id961720617
Hey everybody! We’ve been a little MIA with our online presence since we posted my review late last week. We’re sorry about that, but we’ve got a good reason and we think it’ll be great for you guys. We’ve got some pieces cooking for the blog, but we’ve also got some huge news regarding our podcast.
Continue reading “So it’s been a little quiet around here…”
Review: Gods Will Be Watching (PC, Mac, Linux)
Have you ever played a game that made you ask if you made the right choice? I’m sure you have. Games with multiple endings, branching paths, and choice have become much more commonplace in today’s gaming climate. But what about choosing between starvation and sanity, the death of a hostage or the death of millions, and giving up your cause or your friend? Gods Will Be Watching can be characterized as a game of impossible situations that will force you to question whether the ends justify the means and who, or what, you are willing to sacrifice in the process.
Continue reading “The Gods Ask Tough Questions”
For Millenials, its hard to come up with the money for rent, car payments, phone, internet, and food on such a small budget. All of this has to be considered even before scrounging for money to do the thing some of us love a whole lot: playing video games. Here are a list of a few games that I could definitely justify spending money to play based on their longevity and value to us as gamers. The games mentioned are all able to be played on systems considered current-gen, and have had installments released within the last year or so. Continue reading “Best Games For Their Value”
Let’s get the elephant out of the room; If you asked me in 2013 if 2014 is the year that I had to be grateful that games shipped…well, shipable, then I’d say you were crazy. We were looking at new hardware shedding the honeymoon launch phase and finally getting time to push out some meaningful software. Past Justin sure was in for a rude awakening. Continue reading “Justin’s Games of Interest for 2015”
As a consumer still on the previous generation, looking forward to new games can be difficult. 2014 was a year that I’m having a hard time thinking that I bought any new games. Also just as I get busy with more work and other activities, my drive to always be playing games is dwindling as well. However, with the possibilities of the coming tax return season, and just games in general, there are some things I’m looking forward to. Continue reading “Avery’s Five Most Anticipated Games of 2015”