Knock back a drink, grab your cigar or pipe, and gather ’round the campfire for another GamesAreEvil recap session!
BOARD STIFF Tiffany talks Kickstarter and demonstrate quite a few incentives to get started pledging and creating. This one is hooked….
SWORDS AND ZIPPERS You have my army!… or do you? We look at what makes JRPG’s love the teeny-tiny party system.
INSERT COIN Got a thing for the MIDI’s? This in-depth look at the synthesized magic of old-school game music will scratch that itch and then some.
THE VAULT Grab that PS2 before they disappear from the shelves and take Radiata Stories for a well-deserved playthrough. Mileage will vary between jaw-dropping excellence and smug satisfaction at enjoying another great classic.
GAMERS ON THE GO The mobile verse is quite large, and just when you thought you’d need to bring your consoles with you the IOS delivers some great ports.
READ.ME 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors can be an unassuming title; that is, until you try playing it for an hour or so. Try putting it down. I dare you.
Song of the Day
Our daily game music feature aims to highlight the best in video game soundtracks from today and yesteryear. Here’s what you missed between Monday and Sunday last week. The theme is: world map music!
- Terra’s Theme (from Final Fantasy VI)
- The Last Chapter (from Tales of the Abyss)
- Wandering (from Growlanser III: the Dual Darkness)
- World Map (from Odin Sphere)
- Lone Bird in the Shire (from Wild Arms Alter Code F)
The latest Release of the Week, brought to you by Ross, is none other than Resident Evil: Revelations; fans of the series and the horror genre and good games in general: hear ye, hear ye.
We hope you’ve been enjoying the new-style Games Are Evil. Be sure to let us know what you think in the comments.