Refreshingly simple gameplay mixed with a charming artstyle makes Epic Tavern a sparkling early access title with a promising future.
This week, Mike travels the Steep road to the Olympic games, Paul steals some VHS players out the back of a truck in Need for Speed Payback and Kieran loses repeatedly online in Dragonball Fighterz (but hey, at least he tried?) Not to mention we also played a bunch of Board Games, so listen to us talk about Secrets, Flee, Rising Sun and more!
In Anime Fighting games, there’s a correlation between bizarre names, and good gameplay. The more bizarre the name, the better the game. Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late[st] does not buck this trend.
Mike and Kieran join forces this week to invade Japan, only for a shocking betrayal to take place leaving one of them defeated…Also we played some Final Fantasy Dissidia, Rising Sun, Dinosaur Island and more!
When I Dream is a great social deduction game. It’s concept isn’t exactly groundbreaking, and you may have many games like it in your collection. But the art style and theme work hand in hand to set this head and shoulders above anything else you may have seen.
Mike and Kieran are joined by friend of the show Nathan as they talk about all the hottest new releases like Oh Sir! The Insult Simulator, Dandara, Celeste, Dragonball FighterZ, Monster Hunter World and…Monster Energy Supercross? Also the Fast Forward series of card games
While fans might be happy that The Sims 4 has come to console, this version is not to be celebrated. Awkward controls and long load times ruin what is a great game on PC.
VRog is a game that the entire family could enjoy. For most however, the enjoyment will probably not extend past an hour or two.
Mike, Paul and Kieran argued a lot to come up with this list of the 5 best games of 2017, but they’re pretty damn happy with it. What a year.
It’s the final day of Game of the Year and the GFG crew are here to tell you what they think the best games of 2017 were.