Month: August 2018

What is Little Dragons Cafe? Story, farming, cooking and how to raise your dragon

Little Dragons Cafe is one of those games that reads like it’s fallen out of a wonderful Japanese random game name generator. First to tip out of the ideas box this time were seemingly dragons, and the next logical option, cafes – because, you know, that whole connection. And while we can see how having […]

3 Super-Cheap Gaming PCs for Rocket League ($300, $400, & $500 Builds)

If you’re in the market for a new PC for Rocket League but you don’t have a huge budget, in this guide, we’ve listed three affordable gaming computers that can handle Rocket League with ease. Rocket League is now one of the most popular and most-played PC games. Its highly competitive and addicting gameplay, low […]

Memories of Sony’s Killer Home Consoles – GameSpew

Out today, the latest limited edition PS4 Pro celebrates the sale of over 500 million PlayStation consoles. You can’t buy one anymore – they’re all sold out. Only 50,000 of the 500 Million Limited Edition Translucent Blue PS4 Pro consoles were available across the world. If you really do want one, you’ll now have to […]

Remedy’s Control Could Be Their Trippiest Game Yet

The narrative set up in Remedy’s Control is as weird as it is almost unimportant to know at this time. There’s a malevolent supernatural force called The Hiss, the protagonist, Jesse Faden, has a mysterious past that she’s trying to uncover, and that’s led her to the rather unusual government agency, the Federal Bureau of […]

Indie Spotlight: 20XX – Roguelite Mega Man • The Game Fanatics

My fellow fanatics, it’s that time again. Time to shine some light on an utterly special game that you should absolutely check out. It might not be the next big craze like the Battle Royale trend, but for those of you out there looking for something different, you are in for a treat. This month’s […]

Pendula Swing Episode 1 – Tired and Retired on Steam

Reviews “Between prohibition, women’s suffrage, the dawn of the automobile, and the rise of jazz, America’s Roaring ’20s were a time of great change. They were also a time of great prejudice. Adventure game Pendula Swing taps into this tumultuous environment and reframes it using fantasy races like goblins, elves, orcs, dwarves, and humans.”PC Gamer […]