As far as theme park simulators go, Jurassic World Evolution is quite disappointing. But as far as nostalgia goes, it is right on the money.
This week it’s just Kieran and Mike and they discuss Mike’s out of the blue obsession with Fortnite and Kieran’s long term obsession with Money Puzzle Exchanger.
Mike returns with news about board games from UKGE. Kieran dives into multiple new fighting games like Pocket Rumble, Blazblue Cross Tag and…Mario Tennis?
A wizard and a blacksmith walk into a bar. No, this is not a bad DnD joke but one of the situations that will come up in Role Quest, a new card game from Hercules Game Studios looking for funding on Kickstarter.
One more venture into the depths of the UK Games Expo 2018. The team meet up with 2Tomatoes, ITB Games, Formal Ferret Games and play some EDRPG.
Thrones of Britannia is a weird example of a game that is both very good in its own right but hard to recommend in the context of the franchise.
It’s E3! Well, it was E3 and Kieran and Paul are here to tell you about all the games that showed up at the press conferences this year and give their opinions on them. They also talk about some games that you can play right now like God of War, Mario Tennis, Fire Emblem Warriors and Red Scare!
Spidermind Games have done a lot of good things with the Elite: Dangerous RPG. However, the personal combat system makes EDRPG over complex.
There’s a huge amount of depth in the story of Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire. Plus, you are essentially Pirates. Who doesn’t love being a pirate?
While kids will enjoy 1,2,3, with its cute style and simplistic gameplay, the lack of depth will fail to keep parents engaged.