Opinion : Square Should Have Read the Signs to Prevent Octopath Shortages.

The Square Enix is a strange beast these days. In years past, their games were synonymous with role-playing. These titles evoked wide ranges of emotions from its players with characters and stories that drew in their audience and left them…

Opinion: Why Bringing Back Tales of Vesperia is Important

Tales of Vesperia is a little game from 2008 that I feel not a lot of people played. Mostly because no one seems to talk about it or are reacting to it having an actual and very important stage presence…

Input Ep. 30 : Parkland, Gun Violence, and Are Video Games Too Violent?

On this week’s somber and important episode of Input, Jarrett and Logan discuss the shooting in Parkland, Florida and President Trumps suggestion that violent video games and movies may be to blame. Discussion Topics:  Parkland Shooting and Video Games are…

Opinion: LABO For Everyone

Two Thursdays ago (or January 18th for those of you reading this at a later date) Nintendo did a special reveal of a new kind of gameplay experience for the Nintendo Switch. Leading up to the reveal, the internet was…

Our Game of the Year—2017

A note about the podcast’s favorite title of 2017.

Logan Wilkinson’s Top Ten Games of 2017

2017 has been a year huh? As political upheaval, cultural tumult, and a society debating about where to go next hangs heavy over all of our heads, the video game industry stepped up and produced one of the single finest…

Possum Springs, USA

Let’s take a trip to Possum Springs.

Housemarque in The Myth of Sysiphus

Our community’s mythic reverence of yesteryear makes new gods out of pop culture. We pay tribute to the quarter machine, pray to the pixel, worship the retro. These gods, though made mighty by our collective belief, are powerless to the…

In Ghosts of Miami, Latino Characters Take Center Stage

Even though it was not my own generation, the pop-culture and colors of the 1980s have always fascinated me. It was those bright blues, hot pinks, and the backdrop of a 1986 Miami that first grabbed my attention when I…

Alex’s E3 2017 Predictions

Alex gets to share his thoughts and feelings on the upcoming Electronic 3.

Jurge’s E3 2017 Predictions
Heck yeah, friends. It’s the big one, video games are more than just Pac-Man now, it’s time for E3. It’s sort of a different and slightly annoying show this year with conferences spread out across Saturday, Sunday, Monday and the…
Logan’s 2017 E3 Predictions.
It’s that special time of year. When the days of summer finally start to truly come alive, school ends, and millions across the globe turn their attention to a multi-day, game-centric event in southern California. The Electronic Entertainment Expo, otherwise…