Super Epic: The Entertainment War

Super Epic: The Entertainment War is another upcoming indie title from Strictly Limited Games and Numbskull Games (I love their name) that you can start to preorder here.

You can find out more about this Metroidvania game and view the trailer below.

With it’s satirical take on video game conglomerates, abusive microtransactions, and the important preservation of video games, this indie gem is well-aligned with Strictly Limited Games’ values and a worthy addition to their Partner Store. The game is coming for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 as a boxed Limited Edition and Special Limited Edition, with pre-orders kicking off on Thursday, March 10th, at 4PM CET, only at the Strictly Limited Games Partner Store and their partnered fan store Gamesrocket.

Fighting back against the regime!

The year is 2084. After a series of mergers, buyouts and hostile takeovers, only one video game development company is left in the world: RegnantCorp. A huge enterprise run by greedy piggies. All the fun in video games has been replaced with intrusive addiction algorithms used to control people’s minds and behaviour. But a rebellion of game enthusiasts is fighting back, replacing RegnantCorp’s software with classic games. Following a distress signal, Tan Tan the raccoon and his valiant llama steed Ola prepare to take on RegnantCorp and confront the pigs…

The finest quality ingredients can be found in this Metroidvania! A large interconnected world to explore and unlock, a responsive customizable action-set for combat and an in-game economy-based upgrading system, with lots of weapons and abilities to unlock and enhance.

Brice Armstrong, Voice of Ginyu and DBZ Narrator passes at the age 84

It is with a sad heart we report the death of anime legend Brice Armstrong, the voice of Captain Ginyu and the narrator of  Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball z. He died of natural causes at the age of 84 and we wish his family the best and may the gaming gods bring him peace.

Cell To Singularity: Evolution Never Ends

Cell to Singularity on the surface is a fun idea. You start by creating the world, slowly add different things like amino acids until you create simple life forms and eventually work your way up to bigger things like fish and such. In reality, you are just playing a tap game like any other. hit the screen to earn currency faster, buy things to make you earn it faster when you tap or are idle and when you set your phone down spend what it makes while you are away.

I’m not bashing that style of game, some of them are really well done and quite addictive. This for me was not one of them. It is free to play so it may interest some of you, but the game is more of the same and to me is done much better elsewhere. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Picker 3D (mobile)

Published by Rollic Games, Picker 3D is quite simple. Use a horseshoe-shaped object to snag balls and push them into a pit that raises it up so you can move on. You can get some power-ups that will and make it easier to collect them. The game isn’t really all that hard, but it was kind of cool to see this thing turn into a bunny and other assorted things.

The game is free and kills some time and doesn’t kill you with ads so I don’t see a reason not to give it a shot if it sounds like a bit of fun. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Kerbal Space Program 2 Delayed

As reported by PC Gamer sadly Kerbal Space Program 2 has been delayed from the fiscal year 2020 to the fiscal year 2021 for Take-Two Interactive. This may not be as bad as it seems but it may be brutal as FY 2021 goes from April 1st, 2020 until March 31st, 2021. That is a pretty big gap, to be honest, so if it is just a few months we are pretty ok, but it could be a year. Tho it is more important the game works. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Second Galaxy (Mobile)

Some games just should never be put on a cell phone, and this feels like one of them. The game isn’t actually bad by the way. It looks beautiful and sounds great. It controls just fine with most of it just being you choosing abilities at the push of a button. It just feels like on mobile it is so much more limited than it needed to be. What could have been a wide-open and amazing instead it just felt like nothing special in any way shape or form to me. I played for a few hours and lost interest. Truthfully there is nothing wrong with this game, it looks and plays well and the story is good, I just didn’t enjoy it. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Adams Family Mystery Mansion (Mobile)

Adams Family Mystery Mansion is another game where they took a popular franchise and found a way to take their city, or in this case their home, to pieces and you get to put it back together. This time after a vacation Gomez decides to surprise Morticia by reverting their mansion to how it was before they bought it. Tho their kids and stuff are still inside it when you unlock their rooms.

It also quickly becomes quickly apparent there is quite the cash grab involved. Probably the 2nd character you can unlock basically requires quite a bit of grinding or for you to buy in-game currency. This one just wasn’t fun for me despite the fact that I loved it when they did this with Family Guy and even the Simpsons was quite a bit of fun despite it being a worse game from a technical standpoint.

Truthfully unless you are a big fan of The Addams Family, just skip this one. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Flip Dunk (Mobile)

Not all mobile games are created equal. Some are fun, others are ok to kill some time and others are just complete garbage and aren’t worth downloading. This one is not worth downloading. You basically tap the button to jump, hold the screen to spin and let go to bounce on trampolines or go down slides and try to get enough spins before you dunk the ball. It sounds like it could be fun, but honestly, it is not. At all.

It isn’t hard, it just isn’t fun. The fact that every two or three levels/ attempts results in an ad make it even worse since each attempt takes about three seconds. This is one game you just should never bother with, best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.

Mario Kart Tour (Mobile)

Mario Kart Tour is the newest mobile game from Nintendo and I have to say it was greatly disappointing for me. It is full of in-game transactions for almost everything, and they aren’t exactly cheap. The controls are also pretty horrible in my opinion.  It never felt like I was truly in control of what was going on.

The other issue I have is that it seems like you are racing bots not other people and this is rather frustrating since they are given names that seem like other people. That just seems like false advertising to me when it comes down to it. There is one redeeming quality tho. I thought the sound was amazingly accurate to the series.

If I had paid real money for this game I would probably have been upset, and it really seems like a money pit to me. I personally won’t be putting more time into it. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.


Football Field Kick (Mobile)

Foot Field Kick is a Mobile game from that is pretty simple to play. All you do is tap the screen when the meter gets where you want it and your player will kick the ball. As you earn money you can upgrade your stats and kick the ball further, make the ball bounce higher and so on and so forth. The game is honestly fun for about 3 minutes until the ads every 30 seconds will drive you nuts.

Seriously, this game would have been perfectly fun to me if it wasn’t for all the damn ads. I get companies need to make their money, but these ads make the game pretty much unplayable for me. Skip this one guys, there are better free games out there that are far more interesting and engaging that won’t give you ads all the time. Best wishes and may the gaming gods bring you glory.