Archive: April, 2012
Welcome to Vagrant Gamers Episode #5! This week I’m joined by my good friend Gavin Townsley and we discuss all things Guild Wars 2. The beta weekend just ended and I couldn’t wait to talk about it. What made it… Read More »
I have to say, that I don’t normally get into Strategy RPGs, mostly because I don’t like the Grid-based combat. Final Fantasy Tactics and all of its incarnates have been exception to the rule for me, as the story far outweighed my general distaste for the gameplay. After all of this time, though, I have finally found another series of this type that I cannot wait to devour fully.
It seems everything is not awesome as Awesomenauts release reels around this week. The publisher for the digital only game DTP Entertainment filed for bankruptcy this sent other game news sites to speculate the game wouldn’t see release for either… Read More »
Once a year, the Chicagoland area is overrun with a totally different breed of people. Grown men dressed as Sailor Moon are hanging around with girls dressed as Cloud from Final Fantasy VII. It is truly a sight to behold. … Read More »
Two games come to stores this week. Without spoiling them, one is a sniper game and the other deals with kombat.
While the Vagary staff is comprised of a large group of like-minded individuals, that group has an eclectic range of tastes. What’s Up With Vagary is a chance for a selection of our staff to fill you in on what… Read More »
By the end of World Gone Sour you will have fought a tennis shoe, thrown your allies into deep fryers for points, and watched Method Man rap about Sour Patch Kids and the dangers they pose when left uneaten.
The guys are excited to talk about a ton of games this week including, The Witcher 2, Risen 2, The Walking Dead, Fez, Trials: Evolution, Journey, Dragon’s Dogma, Ninja Gaiden 3, and Diablo III. They also talk some news and … Continue reading →
While zombies are the catalyst for the events taking place in the world, The Walking Dead is really about the character interactions and choices that are made by those that are still living.
While the last Need for Speed game (The Run) really showed that a story-driven game could exist and be great, going back to the street-racing days of Underground is where I hope Need for Speed settles on next.