Yesterday I joined Chuck Zodl from Counterattack Games to discuss our current gaming plans, the latest Nintendo Switch news, new games that make us feel nostalgic, and the labor of love that comes with self-running a small video game site in 2017. This podcast is something we're trying to make a regular weekly thing, schedules … Continue reading CA! Radio Episode 117: Feeling Nostalgic – Switch News, Nostalgia, and the Labor of Love of Self-Running a Game Site
With more than a week to go in the month of September, the folks at Xbox are getting an early start by confirming the official Games With Gold lineup for October. As always, Xbox Live Gold subscribers on Xbox One will receive four games, due to both Xbox 360 titles supporting backwards compatibility. Xbox One owners can … Continue reading Xbox Games With Gold for October Confirmed
With only a week left in arguably the greatest month of the year (happy birthday to me, remember?), it's no surprise that the folks at Xbox have already revealed September's Games With Gold lineup. As always, Xbox One's Gold subscribers have access to four games, since every Xbox 360 title offered through Games With Gold … Continue reading Xbox Games With Gold for September 2016 Announced
Announced way back at E3 2013 during Microsoft's Xbox One reveal event, Capybara Games' pixely rogue-like Below has been seemingly stuck in delay hell ever since. Prior to today's announcement, Below was scheduled to release at some point during the summer season, but now the game has been delayed indefinitely. In an industry where delays are … Continue reading Capybara’s Below Delayed Indefinitely
With less than a week until July kicks the bucket and August moves its shit in to our front rooms, the folks at Xbox have just confirmed next month's Games With Gold incentive titles. All month long, Xbox One owners can download the Dynasty Warriors spin-off Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate. It's not a bad game … Continue reading Xbox ‘Games With Gold’ for August Confirmed.
Tuesdays not only bring with them the relief that it's no longer Monday, but a new batch of discounts on Xbox and Playstation platforms. Xbox One owners can save some cash on Divinity: Original Sin - Enhanced Edition ($15, which seems like a steal), but the rest is largely forgettable considering Need for Speed (along … Continue reading This Week’s PSN & Xbox Live Sales are Up