Ever since Twelve Minutes appeared on a Kinda Funny Let’s Play all the way back in 2015, the premise of the game held my attention. I’ve always had an affinity for the concept of time loops in movies like Edge of Tomorrow, Source Code, and Happy Death Day. I enjoy seeing the different ways that creative minds explore or solve time loop scenarios. On the other hand, I’ve never been a fan of the traditional adventure game genre. I assumed the game wouldn’t be able to keep my interest long enough for me to see it all the way through. I exceeded my own expectations and managed to beat the game, but my experience was definitely rocky from the start.
Despite participating in little league sports up to eighth grade, I was not an athletic child. As the son of a football and track and field coach for over 2 […]
On this week’s fireside chat, Gary and Graydon discuss more drama out of Activision, as well as theirnostalgia for Lego games, and the all-too-realistic horrors of war. Also, we celebrate […]
Crystal Dynamics is committed to Avengers for “years to come”, Microsoft Is Holding An Event This Summer For Bethesda Games, MLB ‘21 Looks Great, and Don’t Get Too Excited Just […]
Will this list just be Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order five times? Read on and find out for yourselves. E3 2019 was one hell of a show. Things technically got […]