VROOOM KABROOM Launches On PlayStation 4

It’s been a long time coming since we had any vehicular combat games. When it comes to the genre on a PlayStation platform, the hottest memory players have is the legendary Twisted Metal franchise, which put players in a life-or-death competition involving tricked-out vehicles with cutting edge weapons. There hasn’t been a game of this…

Graveyard Keeper Review

No Rest for the Living. Graveyard Keeper begins on a rather somber note. It opens with a nameless character – the hero – out doing some shopping on a rainy night. The music playing in the background hints that something tragic is about to happen. Words scroll across the screen: “Even in everyday routine there…

Proven News Wrap-Up: 8/17

News, and subsequently news stories, can be very fluid. With all the hustle and bustle of everyday life, sometimes stories will slip through the cracks. Well, the Proven News Wrap-Up is here to fix all that! Below are what we have determined to be the top stories for the week of 8/17. Although they are…

[LEAKED] Diablo 3 Coming to Switch – Exclusive Zelda Content

According to a now deleted Forbes post, Diablo 3 will be coming to the Nintendo Switch in the fall. See the details in a screen grabbed image of the aforementioned Forbes article. PG Take: This is super exciting news for Nintendo Switch players. Being able to play 4 player couch co-op is an amazing option.…

Cosmic Star Heroine – Nintendo Switch Review

A Retro Space Opera That’s Out of This World As a working father with two children under the age of three, the Nintendo Switch has been something of saving grace when it comes to getting in some time to game. Being able to to enjoy Nintendo’s offerings from the comfort of my sofa while the…

Trophy Whores 356 – The Tricky Thing About Collector’s Editions

Sony has sold over 500 million consoles since the PS1 and are celebrating with a special edition PS4 Pro. Tricky, Steve and Yield sit down this week to talk ridiculous collector’s edition pricing, pre-orders vs reservations, and yes they talk about plagiarism. So sit back and hang with the whores. We are happy and proud…

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles – Nintendo Switch Review

A Masterclass of Whimsical Adventure. Editor’s note: The score of 7/10 was accidentally put for this title. This was to be a placeholder, but was posted in error. The true score has been updated.  Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is the latest game from the folks over at Prideful Sloth. It takes cues from open…

Dead Cells – Multiplatform Review

Scaling Rougelite mountain, one cell at a time Ed Mcmillen has been a hero to me since the release of Super Meat Boy. His follow-up, The Binding of Issac, is easily in my top ten most played games over the past decade and I greatly admire his cutesy-gore aesthetic. It’s is such a well crafted…

Game Stuff 52 – Who’s the Boss?

Bosses are great, bosses are terrible. DO YOU HAVE A CASE OF THE MONDAYS? Jk, we’re not talking about work. Listen in as Kalai, Roberto, and Matt discuss their favorite and least favorite boss fights. Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here…

Proven News Wrap-Up: 8/10

News, and subsequently news stories, can be very fluid. With all the hustle and bustle of everyday life, sometimes stories will slip through the cracks. Well, the Proven News Wrap-Up is here to fix all that! Below are what we have determined to be the top stories for the week of 8/10. Although they are…

Nintendo Duel Screens – Bonus Stage 0-3

Nintendo just held their Smash Bros Ultimate Direct and BOY DO WE HAVE THINGS TO SAY. Enjoy this Bonus Stage where that is ALL WE DO! We appreciate your support (and your ears)! Nintendo Duel Screens is officially on Patreon!  With as little as $1, you can get access to NDSPodcast’s Super Secret Discord Channel…

Trophy Whores 355 – Cause Yuntwis Said So

Well, it isn’t the beer-swilling Steven Austin, but this week we welcome back a veteran Trophy Whore — who might as well be stone cold when it comes to video game reviews.  After a year away from the show, an old friend returns to Trophy Whores to stomp mud-holes and walk them dry. We are…

Game Stuff 51 – Post-Launch Partaaaayyy

More like Yes Man’s Sky, amirite? Listen in this week as Kalai and Matt talk about games that were fixed after a shaky launch. Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro music, Take Away The Ugly here and find Isaac Sagoeii (the shows artist) at https://isaacsagoeiii.carbonmade.com/ Please subscribe…

20XX Review – Playstation 4

A Mighty Challenger Developed by Batterystaple Games, 20XX is an interesting little platforming experience. The die-hard Mega Man fan in me was constantly at odds with what I was experiencing. “NO!…that’s…that’s just NOT right!”, I would scream incessantly at my television. “…YOU DON’T DO THAT IN A MEGA MAN GAME!!” I went on like this…

Salt and Sanctuary Out on Switch Today

Salt and Sanctuary, the 2D Souls inspired action game is out today on Nintendo Switch. Previously released back in 2016, Salt and Sanctuary has had over 800,000 downloads. After creating a custom character, players will be able to choose between a variety of classes, weapon types, and armor sets. Local co-op will also be available.…

Mario Tennis Aces Tops June NPD’s

The NPD numbers are out for the top-selling games and hardware units for the month of June. Mario Tennis Aces slotted itself into the top spot for June. One of the impressive things about this is that Nintendo digital sales are not included in NPD’s. This means that the game hit the top spot on…

Trophy Whores 354 – Tricky’s Favorite Beyonce Lyric

This week, with Stephen at the helm, the Trophy Whores (Alex, Yield and Tricky) cover the best PlayStation 4 games and discuss a PlayStation Vita game that openly entices buyers with easy trophies.  While trophies encourage and increase friendly competition between gamers and offer additional challenges to each game, we have always been faced with…