What started off as a small Kickstarter-funded project has morphed into a full-on downloadable title being published by none other than Ubisoft. The game was toted as being “the hardest platformer ever”, and for having an infinite number of levels. But does Cloudberry Kingdom‘s gameplay match its ambitious promises? The answer is: sort of. Continue Reading
In this Episode of Shtick Look, I take you through some of the story, and a handful of the procedurally-generated levels Cloudberry Kingdom offers. And fail miserably many, many times.
Today is a new day. But more importantly, today brings the premiere of a brand new episode of Shtick Look! Continue Reading
I’ve been promising video content since the inception of this site, and I’m finally making good on that promise. Continue Reading
A special “Skylanders” edition of Monopoly was released, and is available for $40. Continue Reading
With Mario stepping to the side for what Nintendo is calling “The year of Luigi”, Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon is — in theory — the perfect opening for everyone’s favorite green-wearing underdog. With its predecessor being such a beloved cult classic, could a portable rendition with a significant amount of both gameplay and progression changes do anything for fans of the GameCube launch title? Continue Reading
Scribblenauts Unlimited has been racking on my brain since I finished it about two weeks ago. “Is it good?” “Is it… not good?” I really can’t seem to make up my mind. While there’s no doubt that I enjoyed a good portion of my time with it, some of its flaws are very troublesome. Its ideas are ambitious, but is it really worth anyone’s time? Continue Reading