Sordid Hercules Tales You Won’t Find In Kingdom Hearts

After thirteen long years, the Disney world-hoping adventure, Kingdom Hearts 3, finally released to the delight of its many fans. The game starts off slow, bogged down by long cinematics and a surprise prologue, Kingdom Hearts II.9. That's the roman numeral II with a decimal point. I mean, I love Kingdom Hearts and you can … Continue reading Sordid Hercules Tales You Won’t Find In Kingdom Hearts

4 Genre-Defying Indies Coming to the Switch in 2019

Nintendo's Indie Highlight presentation was definitely looking to promote games with eye-catching blends of genre. Indies have always been about unique experiences, but I have never fought off a zombie with metal or played cards in a steam-punk fantasy world. However hard these games will be to explain, it's clear 2019 is going to be … Continue reading 4 Genre-Defying Indies Coming to the Switch in 2019

3 Games From Nintendo’s Indie Highlights You Can Play Right Now

Maybe I'm a sucker, but honestly, I love hearing "and it's out now" after a game presentation. Like a placebo that still works even if you know it's just sugar, I always get excited hearing it. Nintendo treated me to this gaming sugar rush not once, but three times during its Indie Highlights show today. … Continue reading 3 Games From Nintendo’s Indie Highlights You Can Play Right Now

Uprising in the Uncanny Valley

Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human is coming out next month, and while the specific story details are sparse, we know the dogs of war are howling. In this trailer, Markus, one of three playable android protagonists, appears to have the power to recruit androids on touch. If this is true, he is wasted on picking out construction workers. … Continue reading Uprising in the Uncanny Valley