Public Service Gunnouncement

The weekend is a magical time. The weekend can be a savior, a breath of fresh air to keep your sanity in check, and a refuge from the monotony of the week at regular. The weekend can also be a harsh, crushing reality, as your shackles remain fastened to the inevitability of work-in-progress. I wish the former for all of you out there.

Either way you’ll hopefully have a little time set aside for yourself this weekend, because we may be experiencing a golden age of free gaming opportunities. There are a slew of games that have just been made playable to everyone for a short time; so if you can tear yourself away from Dark Souls 3 for a few minutes, and you’re a fan of the shoot-bangs, get ready to siphon the bandwidth away from any other chumps you live with. Continue reading Public Service Gunnouncement

Dark Souls 3 Japanese Launch Trailer

In a perfect world there would be no console wars, Nintendo might actually know how to do business, and localization would be simultaneous across the globe. But since I still don’t know what the hell Amiibo are for, I suppose it’s not a perfect world, and I suppose it’s fair that Japan get a head start on FromSoftware’s final entry in the venerable Souls series. Considering that they built the thing. Continue reading Dark Souls 3 Japanese Launch Trailer

Only Darkest Dungeon

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You ask me why I am afraid of those shadowed corridors; why I cower more than others upon seeing a torch burn slowly to its end, and become physically repulsed when a stack of tomes or sack of rough burlap lies curiously near. There are those who say that I respond to the creak of wood the same as a foul stench, and I am the last to refute those claims. What I will do is explain to you the circumstances that surround my curious condition, and leave up to you to decide if this game provides a suitable reason for my oddity. You should know why I become deranged with fear, yet so manic in my eagerness to return to…the Darkest Dungeon. Continue reading Only Darkest Dungeon

“Where’s The Fair Use?”

I’m willing to bet that a majority of you watch YouTube. It’s a form of entertainment so ingrained into our culture that I find it difficult to find anyone, young or old, who hasn’t professed to use it in at least in a casual capacity. It’s a great site for creative minds to produce content essentially free for everyone to view; it’s a digital marvel in breadth and accessibility. That’s why you should support your content creators in fighting against the unjust fair use practices that have plagued the platform since its inception. Continue reading “Where’s The Fair Use?”

Steam Sale – The Witching Hour Nears

Like the leaves themselves the “Steam Exploration Sale” is gently wafting to its end. It won’t be long before the resurgence of sales come winter proper, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take advantage of some great deals right now. Near the final hour I wanted to offer up a list of games that you can buy at a primo price, just to be sure you didn’t have any spare change left in your wallet. Continue reading Steam Sale – The Witching Hour Nears

Them’s Fightin’ Herds – The Animal Punching Game

Don’t worry, the animals are punching EACH OTHER, so it’s okay. Them’s Fightin’ Herds is a 2-D fighting game that stars a cast of fluffy warriors with hooves. If it looks a tad familiar that’s because the developer, Mane 6, originally developed this game as a free-to-play tribute to the meme-flexing cartoon My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Originally known as Fighting is Magic, it looked promising, even to those not ponyliterate. Unfortunately, like most beautiful things that can never be, the threat of legal backlash halted production on Fighting is Magic indefinitely. Continue reading Them’s Fightin’ Herds – The Animal Punching Game