Hey everyone, DJ Sexy Lips here bringing you some music from yesterday gaming style! I once again stepped in to fill the gap between episodes until the guys have some free time to record this show again. I brought what I think is some pretty good variety to this show, of course with help of […]
If you were looking for a hilarious episode of the n00bs then you have come to the right place. Unfortunately, if you were looking for an episode of the n00bs that involves lots of commentary on the latest gaming news than you may be disappointed. But I’m thinking that will be more than happy to hear Boots, Beez and Pigs laugh it up and catch up on DigiPen shenanigans. Continue reading →
This week Chris and Jeff discuss the problems with going back to the well with Dead Island: Riptide while Tony talks about five year old strategy games. Then in news the guys discuss Nintendo’s lack of an E3 press conference … Continue reading →
In a sea of endless runners and match three games, The Seed makes an artistic statement that makes it stand out. And that should be celebrated.
Don reviews the latest Tiger Woods game, Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14.
On more than one occasion I won the righteous prize of a sticky octopus. These things were gelatinous blobs that felt gross when you touched them but had the ability to “crawl” down your window, provided you kept them clean, which was easier said than done. Developer First5 Games has designed their latest game, Cling!, around this very toy.
In this episode, Carroll and Hardy have a pajama party and tell girl stories. Just kidding, but it is one of the best entries this season and leads us into the final two episodes spectacularly.
This week Tony laments the lack of a strong female lead in Tomb Raider, Jeff praises Tropico 4, Chris is indifferent about Fable II, and Amanda buys DLC Quest as Chris explains its silliness. The gang also goes into the … Continue reading →
Much like its big brother counterpart, MLB 13 The Show has numerous issues that impair it from being more than the sum of its parts and ultimately something of a letdown.
Does this bromantic shooter live up to the past two entries in the series?