SUBSCRIBE for more gaming trivia ► Pokemon & Real Life ► Pokemon & Mythology ► In this episode we take a look at some facts, secrets, and history of Pokemon Go. Pokemon Go is an augmented reality location-based game developed by Niantic in collaboration with The Pokemon Company. The game builds upon
NBA 2K23 reviewed by Ben Vollmer on Xbox Series X. Also available on PlayStation 5. (Note that the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC versions are based on the older version of NBA 2K and have significantly different features.) I am heavily conflicted about NBA 2K23. On one hand, the new retro game modes
SUBSCRIBE for more gaming trivia ▶ More Mario Facts ▶ ▼ MORE LINKS BELOW ▼ Vote for Zelda: Vote Pokemon: In this episode we take a look at some facts, secrets, and applications of Mario Glitches. Glitches in Mario games have long been used to make Nintendo’s games easier, or to
Splatoon 3’s Multiplayer reviewed by Brendan Graeber on Nintendo Switch. Building from the solid foundations of its predecessors, the deluge of impressive quality of life changes and exciting improvements Splatoon 3 brings make it hard to imagine the ink-based shooter series as it was before this. More than just a simple upgrade, its array of
Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on PC. Also available on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. “Metal: Hellsinger is an enjoyably rhythmic riff on the metal-propelled mayhem of modern Doom, but its short length and modest variety in weapons and boss fights means it feels more like an energetic but unfinished collection of garage demos than
Steelrising is a competent action RPG with an unforgettable setting, but it’s dragged down by its humdrum soulslike formula that doesn’t do anything to make its combat or exploration stand out. Despite having some memorable weapons and enemies, combat often feels imprecise or sloppy, and boss fights are largely forgettable. That said, even if the
Disney Dreamlight Valley reviewed in early access by Travis Northup on Xbox Series X, also available on PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and PC. An awesome life simulator that flexes its iconic characters to riveting, satisfying effect. Adding these instantly recognizable villagers to your magical kingdom and forging friendships with them through quests is a blast, even
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R reviewed by John Carson on PlayStation 5 and PC. Also available on PlayStation 4, Xbox, and Switch. It’s great to have JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle represented on modern hardware with an improved combat system over its 2013 version. Its online implementation desperately needs an upgrade, though,
Splatoon 3’s Single-Player Campaign reviewed by Brendan Graeber on Nintendo Switch. “Splatoon 3’s single-player campaign takes all the highs of Splatoon 2’s creative Octo Expansion missions and places them in a satisfying hub world where freedom of choice lets you get as much as you want out of your playthrough — confident that you’ll be
Beyond the Wire reviewed on PC by Luke Winkie. “Beyond The Wire provides a delightfully hefty incarnation of World War One. Redstone Interactive makes its massive, 100-player servers sing with Arma-quality realism, complete with jolting firearm kickback, brutal melee beatdowns, and a huge number of dynamic character classes that can shift the tide of the
Get a deep dive into gameplay in this latest trailer for the upcoming life-sim adventure game Disney Dreamlight Valley, including creating your avatar, embarking on quests for various Disney characters, a peek at locations, activities like fishing, cooking, and gardening.Disney Dreamlight Valley launches on September 6, 2022, in Early Access on PC and consoles. #GameTrailers
Ooblets 1.0 reviewed by Casey DeFreitas on Nintendo Switch. Also available on Xbox and PC. “Everything in Ooblets is downright adorable, from the cheeky dialogue to the unique dance battles to the well-designed creatures themselves. That charm was enough to draw me in from the get go and keep a gleeful smile on my face
Reviewed by Luke Reilly on PlayStation 5. “A gorgeous and well-honed remake of one of the biggest boppers in the PlayStation pantheon, The Last of Us Part I is the best way to play – or replay – Naughty Dog’s esteemed survival classic. The striking improvements it makes to its completely rebuilt world are complemented
Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on PC. Also available on Xbox, PlayStation, iOS, and Android. “Immortality is a thoroughly mesmerizing mystery and one of the most surprising video game stories I’ve played through this year. Its image-based search tool might make its actual investigating feel noticeably dumbed down compared to that of Her Story and Telling